April 30, 2015: Brendan Constantine

“The strange thing about strangers is you can’t get away from them.” – blogger ‘Enocia’

What do you see when you think of a stranger? Even though we know a stranger can be anyone, chances are the word conjures some sort of image. Take a moment to visualize your

first impression of a stranger; is he/she tall or short? Slender or heavyset? What do strangers wear? Smell like?
Once you’ve conjured your stranger, complete this title: “___________With A Stranger”
You can choose just about anything to fill the blank: Dance With A Stranger, Paris With A Stranger, Eating Pomegranates With A Stranger
Now create a poem or story that proceeds from this idea.

Submitted by Brendan Constantine.

If you write a poem from this prompt, post it as a comment underneath the prompt in the Poetry Super Highway Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/poetrysuperhighway

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