WORD : imagination


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Part 1 of 3

Creative writing and poetry wouldn’t exist without imagination. Of course, many other important things are created out of imagination, such as computer technology, architectural buildings, and even cooking recipes! These all start with a thought or an idea that is born in one’s imagination.

As previewed in the featured poem – Love’s Constellation, imagination is often applied to convey real events or emotions. However, this month’s word and theme will focus on fabricating imaginary characters and scenarios which can easily be translated into phantasm.

Take a peek at the first of a series of poems about an imaginary character known as Princess Pinderella:

PINDARIC PRINCESS


Be sure to follow this imaginary princess’s creative development in the 2nd of this 3-part segment – scroll down for part 2.


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