I’ve been reading Kyle Vaughn’s Lightning Paths: 75 Poetry Writing Exercises, which inspired me to delve into another book study of poetry forms and responses. I’ll be making my way through the exercises and prompts between now and the end of the year.
Today, Vaughn explains enantiodromia as the changing of something into its opposite, much like a shifting image.
Then and Now Shaking schnoodle, abandoned, alone scared, uncertain, vulnerable caged, in the back of a van awaiting adoption~ and look at you now! half-human child in control fully loved