For the poetry writers. Even if you do not normally write poetry make an effort to complete this exercise. Your topic is: lost in the wild. Your form is: three to five stanzas with six lines each. Repeat three consecutive words from first stanza in other stanzas.
Study the image for a few minutes then write about it. How to use an image prompt. two people talking, image copyright John Loo, flickr
Journal for at least fifteen minutes your thoughts on polygamy and polyandry and whether or not you think it could work in modern society on a mass level.
Here’s a weekend quote to journal/write about: “Follow the grain in your own wood.” ~ Howard Thurman
The gist of it is simple. I give you the start of a line/story and you continue on. This week: While you were sleeping I… *** Topic Links 100 Continue On Writing Prompts in one spot
Set your timer and for the next fifteen minutes and write something using these twelve words. The order of the words can be switched around as necessary. The choice of whether you write fiction or non-fiction is up to you. And don’t use all the words in the first paragraph. runaway innovative crossover relieved hustler [...]
For the poetry writers. Even if you do not normally write poetry make an effort to complete this exercise. Your topic is: revenge, passion, forgiveness. Your form is: Nonet times three. One for each of the topic words but all three must be related or linked in some way.
Study the image for a few minutes then write about it. How to use an image prompt. surprised woman, image copyright Loren Kerns, flickr
When some one is talking negatively about someone else, either someone you know or someone off the street, do you say something to hold them accountable for what they are saying, ignore them, or join in? Journal for a least fifteen minutes about your choice and what you think it says about you.
Here’s a weekend quote to journal/write about: “Man is a strange animal. He generally cannot read the handwriting on the wall until his back is up against it.” ~ Adlai E. Stevenson
The gist of it is simple. I give you the start of a line/story and you continue on. This week: We could all read the signs. Even those of us with no religious background knew that dead fish in the rivers, spoilt milk, and copious stillbirths were harbingers of… *** Topic Links 100 Continue On [...]