• I would write a book, or a short story, at least three times—once to understand it, the second time to improve the prose, and a third to compel it to say what it still must say.
    Bernard Malamud
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Randolph Lundine Writing Prompts

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An Ode to Gluttony

Write a limerick about gluttony, over-eating, or your favorite glutton. In case you don't bust out limericks often, they contain five lines, three long and two short, and typically have an aabba rhyming scheme. 

 

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