What is a conversational poem? Dialogue poems vary in length and may involve arguments, conversations that tell stories, statements of varying perspectives and witty repartee. They usually involve two people who take turns talking. The conversation may sound natural or occur in rhyming verse, depending on the author. There are no precise rules for writing a dialogue poem; however, the poem is usually based on an exchange of dialogue between two people who approach a subject from different viewpoints. (source)
Okay I’ll try! Using these paint chips below: Now YOU Try!
“Let’s go into this Highlighter store,”
“I like the name, HIGHLIGHTER STORE.”
“Forget it, been there, done that,
more like a Supernova store,
with a lot of nothing.”
“But look, they sell Lavender
scented Teddy Bears.”
“Oh-oh, there’s an Elephant in this room, look!
On the other hand, don’t look; let’s leave.”
“You act like you seen a dinosaur.”
“Not really! Just wanted to see
that movie playing titled,
WILD BLUE YONDER.”