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How To Write Coin-Toss Poetry

Flip two coins. The results determine what you will write about.

Two heads: Write a poem about your favorite memories of a deceased loved one using alliteration.

Two tails: Write a poem about your most embarrassing moment using hyperbole.

Head and a Tail: Write a poem about your worst regret using Onomatopoeia.

This poetry form has no particular length requirement, syllable count, or rhyme scheme.

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I have five short stories, and twelve poems published. I am from Cleveland, Ohio.

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