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Oscar James Boal
I'm Oscar. I collaborate with to post (sometimes absurd) prompts for your daily writing practice. Your literal interpretation is not required.
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Oscar James Boal Mar 25
The poem as a choreography of hunger. Present tense.
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Oscar James Boal 9 Jun 19
The poem is a self portrait. It includes a monumentality.
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Oscar James Boal 9 Jun 19
The poem gives voice to the innermost thoughts of a voiceless coroner.
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Oscar James Boal 9 Jun 19
A poem that abates your (imagined?) sibling's liberty. What kind of bird would it be?
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Oscar James Boal 9 Jun 19
A poem with a hamburger, disappointment and somebody shrill. In the form of a sonnet.
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Oscar James Boal 8 Jun 19
The poem is a first memory of homelessness. Third person, plural.
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Oscar James Boal 8 Jun 19
The poem is a self portrait. It includes your stationery.
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Oscar James Boal 8 Jun 19
The poem is a portrait of misery. Future tense.
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Oscar James Boal 7 Jun 19
The poem is a love poem for multiversity. In the form of a list of questions.
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Oscar James Boal 7 Jun 19
The poem is a self portrait. It includes your mockery.
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Oscar James Boal 7 Jun 19
The poem starts with a philosophy, and ends with a fishing boat.
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Oscar James Boal 7 Jun 19
The poem is a ritual from your parenthood.
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Oscar James Boal 6 Jun 19
The poem is an assassin to need. Third person.
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Oscar James Boal 6 Jun 19
The poem starts with a variability, and ends with a road.
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Oscar James Boal 6 Jun 19
The poem is a love poem for intensity. In the form of a contemporary ode, using Pablo Neruda or Kevin Young as possible models— e.g.
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Oscar James Boal 6 Jun 19
The poem is an object, image or scene from your own experience that characterises immortality. Future tense.
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Oscar James Boal 5 Jun 19
The poem is a time machine for your health. Third person, plural.
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Oscar James Boal 5 Jun 19
The poem starts with a horseplay, and ends with fatigue.
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Oscar James Boal 5 Jun 19
The poem subverts a cliché commonly associated with decency.
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Oscar James Boal 5 Jun 19
The poem is a playlist for your dissension.
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