The big sycamore
by the creek was gone.
The willow tangle was gone.
The little enclave of untrodden bluegrass was gone.
The clump of dogwood
on the little rise across the
creek-now that, too, was gone.
Epistrophe is a figure of speech in which one or more words repeat at the end of successive phrases, clauses, or sentences. It is a simple and effective way to emphasize an idea and communicate urgency or emotion.
--Today, write a poem or quote using epistrophe.--