Okay. I've fallen awake again. A good night's sleep brings so many things. So here's David's poetry exercise, which I still haven't gotten around to:
Write a poem 12 lines long, 6 to 10 syllables per line.
Use the following phrase and words somewhere in the poem:
Dramamine, oranges, and flat coke in a plastic cup.
Allow yourself 12 minutes to complete this exercise.
Neil and David have versions on their blogs that you can check out. Neil's version is called Might As Well Jump. You'll have to scroll down a ways on both of the blogs to find them. The first phrase just reminds me of puking and I'm having trouble getting past that. But starving and random have possibilities. Have fun.