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American Sentence Sunday #2

Published / by Tim

Well, shoot! I guess I forgot to tell everyone what an American Sentence poem even is. Daggum. I won’t assume you clicked through on December Dailies – Day 6.

Instead, I wrote an American Sentence poem to tell you what it is and how to write one yourself. Here it is:

An American sentence: One sentence, seventeen syllables long.

See, that’s not so hard, is it? So, give me your best responses to my American Sentences with American Sentences of your own in the comments.  Here is the actual poem for today:

“Do I exist when I’m out of sight and out of mind?”, I ponder this.

So, What do you have to say? Happy #AmSenSunday!

All poems are Copyright ©2017 Tim Geoghegan

American Sentence Sunday #1

Published / by Tim / 2 Comments on American Sentence Sunday #1

Happy Sunday! I was thinking about doing a new feature. Every Sunday becomes American Sentence Sunday (ASS?). I will post an American Sentence and you can respond with your own. Together we can have some fun, seventeen syllables at a time.

Here’s my American Sentence:

Most folks don’t like poetry, they just like to say they like poetry.
©2017 Tim Geoghegan 

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