Student work: Anagram poems

One more before this body heads to the gym. My students did great work with the anagram prompt. A few excerpts, posted with their permissions —

CHRYSANTHEMUM

musty men are her master
they see her as a chummy trashy muse


WANDERLUST

we learn as stars learn
sedated
wasted as a last sunset


PUGNACIOUS

pugs can coop up
in a soup can


GUNSHOT

shoot to sun
oh unhung sun
so soon


WEATHERS

Earth sews art,
water, seas

trees thrash
that were at rest

here we
are rare

we stare at stars,
aware


DREAMING

i dear am dreaming
in man-made greed


FINGERS

ginger grins
green ferns
fire rising

I see sense in freeing sin.


LUMINESCENT

sun: i see it set in mist
mice scuttle, still
insects teem in nite’s lull


ANXIETIES

I see sentient entities
six ants in tea


AUTHORIZED

I hear the tzar roar

I tour the tear
I hear the horror

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