Found Poetry Prompt: Etiquette

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Garden tea party for three ladies from the Joyce family

“As a study of all that is admirable in American manners, and as a guide to behavior in the simplest as well as the most complex requirements of life day by day, whether we are at home or away from it, there can be no happier choice than the present volume. It is conceived in the belief that etiquette in its broader sense means the technique of human conduct under all circumstances in life.” — Emily Post, Introduction to Etiquette in Society, in Business, in Politics and at Home


Whether you strive to be on your best conduct “under all circumstances in life” or believe there are times when everyone just needs to relax and check their best behavior at the door, we invite you to write a found poem related to this week’s theme.

This week’s theme is ETIQUETTE.

 

Use Emily Post’s Etiquette in Society, in Business, in Politics and at Home as the source text for this week’s found poem — whether sincere, satire or something in between.

Click on any of the topics below to jump to the full text, and be sure to post a link to your poem (or the full poem itself!) in the comments section below.

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