picturepuzzlepieceprompt

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One picture puzzle piece Lyin' on the sidewalk, One picture puzzle piece Soakin' in the rain. It might be a button of blue On the coat of the woman Who lived in a shoe. It might be a magical bean, Or a fold in the red Velvet robe of a queen. It might be the one little bite Of the apple her stepmother Gave to Snow White. It might be the veil of a bride Or a bottle with some evil genie inside. It might be a small tuft of hair On the big bouncy belly Of Bobo the Bear. It might be a bit of the cloak Of the Witch of the West As she melted to smoke. It might be a shadowy trace Of a tear that runs down an angel's face.
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Unformatted text preview: Nothing has more possibilities Than one old wet picture puzzle piece. Write a poem (that does or does not rhyme) that: Describes something that has many uses or could be many things (like a puzzle piece by itself) Looks like one thing, but is really something else (you see something from a distance and guess at what it is but it turns out to be something you never expected) Describes an object, but describes ways to use it other than what its meant to be used for (describe a chair, but use it as a boat, house, horse, skateboard etc)...
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2011 for the course ENGL 341 taught by Professor Danielle during the Fall '10 term at CSU Chico.

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