Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 603

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For today’s prompt, write a gift poem. The gift could be something given or something received. It could be a physical gift (like a necklace or bicycle), or it could be something like a talent (the gift of song or gift of gab, for instance). This prompt is my gift to you.

Remember: These prompts are springboards to creativity. Use them to expand your possibilities, not limit them.

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Here’s my attempt at a Gift Poem:

“every day,” by Robert Lee Brewer

every day is a gift
when i can see you
hear you & touch you

every day when i can
wake up & reach out
& know without a doubt

every day that i am
your everyday
& you’re my everyday

& you’re my everyday
each & every day
my gift in this world

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