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Write the dialogue that you think might have occurred between the fifth and sixth stanzas.

Compose a poem about the most unusual conversation in which you have ever participated, then describe why it was unusual.

Re-write "Chocolates" as prose. Does reading the poem as prose change its meaning or effect? How?

Think of a famous writer that you would like to visit. What would you talk to him or her about? Write a dialogue of your conversation.

After reading a few chapters from Simpson's autobiography The King My Father's Wreck and completing biographical research on Chekhov, write a poem in which Chekhov visits Simpson.

Simpson himself has written that "Chocolates" is a poem about happiness, specifically "the delight we feel when we are able to express our happiness to another person." After defining what happiness means to you, locate the points in the poem that you...

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