Poetry Writing Exercises: Using Connotation to Find the Perfect Word | Writing Forward

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Today’s poetry writing exercise asks you to examine the words you’re using in a poem and question the meanings of those words.

Source: Poetry Writing Exercises: Using Connotation to Find the Perfect Word | Writing Forward

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    • ??? My header? It is a free Facebook header. I added the fairy since I write about them. My daughter is drawing my book cover and will do something similar for me in watercolor. Actually the drawing looks like my oldest daughter. 😊

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