Parachute Literary Arts hosts poetry festivals, libraries, and events at the iconic American amusement park, Coney Island.
This week, ignore any suggestions to “grow up.” Join us as we explore the circus & carnival with a kids-eye-view. Writing your poem in crayon is optional. After you share your poem with us, feel free to put it on your fridge.
This week, our prompt encourages you to run away with the circus. You can be a lion tamer, an acrobat, anything! Write a poem about your new adventure.
The circus was spectacular, and it was meant to be. Everything seemed oversized – the elephants, the horses, even the tiny car filled with an impossible number of clowns.
Behold the spectacle of exotic animals from the four corners of the world. Join us under the big top for this week’s poetry prompt about circus animals.
This week’s Circus & Carnival poetry prompt celebrates a guilty pleasure: Carnival food. Where else can you write a poem about corn dogs?
This month’s playlist and prompt features the excitement of the circus & carnival. Click play and join the wild ride. Admission is always free.