Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge: A Chorus Line (10.22.16)

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The plot thickens. The chorus speaks.
~ Herbert Blau ~



In Classical Greek drama, the chorus described and commented upon the main action of a play with song, dance, and recitation. So, too, we can find the chorus lurking on the virtual refrigerator, giving us the play-by-play of the action through the magnet words.

Click HERE to go the online magnetic poetry site. Click HERE to read the guidelines about participating in the Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge.

Remember the only official prompt is to have fun. With or without a chorus line.



  1. anglogermantranslations says

    What Herbert Blau chose to call speaking I’d call wailing. Although I haven’t seen a stage production of his. 🙂

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