Here is the prompt for tonight’s Quadrille #32 at dVerse.
Let’s dance with some shadows today, my poetical peeps. This is De Jackson, aka WhimsyGizmo, and it’s Quadrille Monday here at the bar – when we write a poem of exactly 44 words (not including title), and include one given word.
Today, I want you to play with the word: echo.
Make it a noun, a verb, or an adjective. Get creative with it. Make your whole poem one big echo, or slip it in there somewhere quietly. And yes, you can use echoes, echoing, etc.
i distracted Juno distracted Juno from the truth the truth that would have consequences consequences that forced me to repeat to repeat only the last words i heard i heard him call let's come together come together no, alas, alas farewell echo echo farewell