Inside my Brain
by Amy LV
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Students - Sometimes people ask writers, "Where do you get your ideas?" Here is one place where I find ideas - strolling around in my mind. This works best when my eyes are closed and when I try to forget about all of my daily tasks by breathing deeply and relaxing. To write today's poem, I imagined my mind as a place to walk around, and then I just described what I saw. So in a way, this poem is a description of a place, a place that is partly real and partly imaginary.
This poem is made up of quatrains, or sets of four lines. At first, I wrote it with all of the lines together in one big stanza, but as I typed, I decided to break it up.
What is in your brain?
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