The recipe for a great Spoken Word poem:
A tablespoon of witty word play.
Two cups of Hard-hitting imagery.
Three teaspoons of thought-provoking.
A pinch of dramatic performance.
First, mix your wordplay, performance, and imagery until a compelling flow is created.
Then, when the crowd is connected to the piece, sneak in your teaspoons of thought-provoking.
Mix well, bake beneath a lime-light for 3 minutes.
“The Top Secret Recipe For Aunt Phyliss’ Fried Chicken.” Poignant in it’s deception of the audience’s expectations, this poem is great for many reasons. This classic will grab hold of your attention, and may not let go.
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