Write a simplified sestina with any theme you think fits in the form.
A sestina has 6 stanzas of 6 lines, and the final word of each stanza should be important, and appear in the next stanza along. Begin with these basic rules, but you can also look up and try all the complex rules of a sestina!
Write two contrasting scenes (e.g., a chaotic party and a serene sunrise) and create a smooth transition between them.
Focus on how to seamlessly shift from one setting to another while maintaining narrative flow.
Your protagonists walks on the beach every morning. One day they find this unexplainable surprise. Continue the story...
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings
Write a poem based on this title from the poet Maya Angelou. You could read the original poem for inspiration!