Prose Poem: A Writing Workshop

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Baudelaire defined the prose poem as a form musical without rhyme or rhythm, supple and jerky enough to adapt to the lyric movements of the soul, to the undulations of reverie, to the somersaults of conscience.  This supple and jerky form can allow us to write about new things in wider ways. We’ll look at prose poems from … Continue reading Prose Poem: A Writing Workshop

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