Pretend you are one of the pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales, and write your own “Prologue” in Chaucerian form. Note: You do NOT by any means need to write in Middle English. So long as it is written in rhyming couplets (aa/bb/cc/etc.) and follows a meter (I will let you pick the meter; it doesn’t have to be iambic pentameter), you will be fine. In order to receive full credit, the poem must be at least 15 lines.
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