Lost & Found
Writing about what's lost
Make a list of five objects, people, or animals that you have lost and have not found.
Make a list of five objects, people, or animals that you have lost and have found.
Pick one of these objects and situations and write about what happened before and after you lost the object or before and after you lost and found the object.
Use this anecdote as the basis of a story, poem, play, or essay.
“When Things Go Missing” by Kathryn Schultz, Personal History, The New Yorker
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