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These poems and stories use magical realism to create dreamlike (and nightmarish) worlds where reality and fantasy blur together. It contains childhood nostalgia, teenage awkwardness, monsters, and lots of dark, strange experiences for you to enjoy.
I’m back! Sorry for my complete slack in writing poetry prompts this month. Time to get back into it…
Today’s poem will be all about oxymoron.
An oxymoron is (according to Google) “a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction.” Often this is displayed in a couple words (i.e. living dead, original copy, act naturally, jumbo shrimp, etc.), but it also can be displayed in a sentence or phrase. I love the example Google gives, Continue reading “Poetry Prompt – 18: Oxymoron”