For today’s prompt, write a bug poem. My first thought was bug in the sense of an insect, but there are other meanings as well. For instance, spies may bug a room with small microphones. Or one person may bug (or annoy) another person by not touching them while just barely not touching them.
I hope this prompt doesn’t cause you to bug out of here.
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Here’s my attempt at a Bug Poem:
“Bugs and Pop”
Some say they’re insects, but I call them bugs;
some drink from glasses, but I prefer mugs.
You can drink your soda, but I like pop;
some bugs fly, but others prefer to hop.
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