Written for: Poets and Storytellers United
Weekly Scribblings #59: "Wait For It!
(posted by Rommy)
"Hello, Word Artists and Admirers! For this week’s prompt, I’m revisiting a favorite of mine, Hamilton. I’ve selected five lines from the musical to inspire our writing:
“I’m looking for a mind at work.”
“History has its eyes on you.”
“Talk less. Smile more.”
“Dying is easy, young man. Living is harder.”
“Love doesn’t discriminate between the sinners and the saints.”
You don't need to use the exact wording, but please do include which one(s) you used to birth your creations somewhere in your post. Share your twist on these lines in either poetry or prose form, fiction or non-fiction."
The more I hear you
speak in a crowd,
the more convinced I am
that you haven't the wherewithal.
People are appalled at your
snide remarks, insults,
and ego. Ergo, perhaps
you should practice
your smile. Razzle-
Dazzle them with
a pleasing countenance
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