Earlier this month, we had an anaphora writing challenge.
This week, I thought we’d try its repetitive opposite: epistrophe. With epistrophe, the last word or phrase of at least three sentences or phrases in a row are the same [Click to tweet]. It’s used for the same reasons as anaphora — to add rhythm and power and emotion. [Click to tweet].
Want to try it?
Here’s your Wednesday writing challenge:
Write epistrophe: three sentences or phrases in a row that end with the same word or phrase. Bonus point: Add a fourth sentence that starts with the same word or phrase. And for this challenge, let’s make your epistrophe eerie!
If you’re up to it, post them below!