Write a dramatic monologue poem. Remember that your poem can take any form, as long as it includes a character speaking to one or more listeners. Remember also that everything the reader learns about your character, the setting, the situation, and the listener’s reactions, must come from the speaker. Think about figures of speech, figurative language, rhythm, rhyme schemes, and form before you begin. Will you work on symbolic style like Eliot or a more straightforward one like Masters? Whatever form you choose , make your character believable and real for your readers. Your poem must be at least 15 lines long.