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Describing a person by describing his or her belongings    Explain meaning and write an own definition     Peaking from the point of view of something   Things I’ve heard people say on buses or trains, history     Does any one have any?        I guess you need a really silly brain to begin with          Some people use Facebook      Watch what they do and listen to what they have to say     The region the door knob       There are ideas everywhere just waiting for an open mind, a quick wit and an observant eye       Go for a walk       They can be conceived from just about anything – an object, a thought, a feeling, a mood, or a dream         Things you notice, details, words, similes, things people say.    § § §.   Things I’ve heard people say on buses or trains, history         Come from everywhere!         Listen to your feelings         They pop into my head          Write 10 words that best describe a jump rope    A eulogy can express our innermost thoughts and feelings      Which I’d write down on hotel stationery or on the back of boarding passes       What to do with line breaks, how to encourage showing rather than telling in a poem         Some are serious, some are humorous, and some are somewhere in between!       Find somewhere quiet and daydream for a while         See what ideas come to you         If nothing comes, why not try writing something     Describing a person by describing his or her belongings         Quotes I could send him to help cheer him up      Fun/light-hearted poems can come through the observed lives of others         Something to write about besides suicide, car accidents         Focus on use of carefully selected adjectives and similes       A lop-eared rabbit called Miffy and four chickens – Darcy, Twiggy, Dora and Boadicea       Can come from anywhere and these entries will be good raw material for the drafting of poetry to come         You can write a poem: describing a person by describing his or her use of alliteration (repeating the same consonant sound)

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