Select a newspaper article or passage from a newspaper article as your source text. Switch the first noun with the second noun, the third noun with the fourth noun, and so on until you’ve reached the end of your text.
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This week’s prompt is: GRAMMAR ON
Many of the famous writing and grammar books — Strunk and White’s Elements of Style included (authors pictured above) — are a rich source for found poems. Dig into these texts’ imperative language and often amusing example sentences to find your found poem this week.