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Read from the following days:
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I nearly talked myself out of participating in this wonderful writing exercise. It's difficult to scribble down some poems and NOT disturb the person next to you. Three or four days wound up being 5:15 poems. I set the alarm to wake me up at least an hour earlier than usual. I was also doing the August Postcards...where you write a small poem on a postcard and send it out to the next person on a list of participants located all over the world. Many were started as 3:15 type poems with the postcard as a prompt and later crafted, hopefully improved and sent out. I've noted the ones that were 'prompted by postcards' since they aren't PURE 3:15 EXPERIMENT POEMS, but perhaps a legit variance...
Thanks for perusing the 2010 batch. You can grow as a writer/poet through this 'exercise'. It might not produce many interesting poems to read, but it fertilizes some great seeds later on.