1. Your original fear poem, which got its start from a piece of two-dimensional student art in the halls of Groesbeck or Riley.  The presence of fear emerges from the poem, in either a large or small way.  Ideally, the speaker is someone or something other than you.  Use at least ten lines for this poem.
  2. A CORE Reflection on any of the original poems you have written this, but have not yet reflected on with a PDF.  The list of possible poems for this CORE Reflection includes the fear poem.

 

For your fear poem, please print one for your Poetry Folder, and submit a copy to TURNITIN.

Please submit the CORE Reflection to TURNITIN.

Both the poem and reflection are due by the start of Poetry Day (Wed/Thu Apr 25/6).

 

 

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