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14 Poetry Prompts

Déjà Vu at Paper Poetry

Winging us back home

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“Welcome to Déjà Vu at Paper Poetry
It’s our weekly prompts rerun
Fourteen themes done so far
A second chance for having fun”

Yay! It’s Déjà Vu at Paper Poetry! And everyone is invited to join the fun.




We are living in the digital world, covered in the autonomous aspects & tracked motions of life. Yet, somehow we are losing some critical elements. Keyboards, touchpads, & speech-to-text are there, but we believe that handwritten words on paper is still meaningful to some poets.

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