Write a poem of at least eight lines about someone’s last moments where each sentence is one word less than the last

Come on, come, boys! The Union ain’t forever.

Why aren’t you coming with us, mom?

Maybe I’ll make some teeth, whiskers.

The richest man in America.

You won’t be lonely.

You almost hurt.

You little.

Rosebud.

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9 thoughts on “Write a poem of at least eight lines about someone’s last moments where each sentence is one word less than the last”

    1. Thank you. Got it from reddit. About to post another one sometime tonight. I haven’t wrote a proper post since May and I’m making my comeback this month. I’m doing post a day for November. The national novel writing month challenge.

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        1. Look how short this post was. Days you don’t feel like writing just find something like this prompt. I’m searching Reddit now for something similar I can. Something like 8 to 12 lines. Any suggestions?

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