Write about a disguise…… If you want to see what others make of this challenge, if you go to here, you’ll see various poems written on disguise. Advertisements Continue reading Poem Challenge Day 2: Disguise
Can you write a poem, today on the topic “NEW DAY“. This is day one of the PAD (Poem a Day) challenge for November. If you’re taking part, interpret that how you will, and write a poem. (If absolutely uninspired by this given topic – I know I’m finding it a bit obvious, cliched and bland – then do an experimental dip into Poetry Foundation … Continue reading 1 Nov, Day 1 of Poetry challenge
Just heard about this – minutes away from the 1st of November – a Poem-a-day challenge to write in response to a prompt – then make the best poems into a chapbook (poetry booklet) of 10-20 page before midnight 15th January. Challenge by Writer’s Digest. Why Take Part? Why not? There is no entry fee, no requirement to even post that you intend to … Continue reading 7 reasons to write a poem a day in November
A look in the mirror spoken poem. Continue reading 1 or 2? thoughts by Suli Breaks
Maybe the best thing you could do right now is just sit with it awhile. Maybe the bravest thing you could do right now is just decide this will not defeat you. Maybe the most productive thing you could do right now is just fold your hands in solitude. Maybe the most sensible thing you could do right now is just laugh … laugh … Continue reading Poem as wise advice – Rachel Macy Stafford
10 minutes to write about (if you wish)… Pick a place you’ve never been to. Explain why you are moving there. (thank you Ted-Ed for giving us fun things to do) Continue reading 3 pm writing prompt….
In 10 minutes, if you want the writing practice, scribble about… Write the passenger safety instructions card for a time-travel machine. Chosen for your delectation and delight from: http://blog.ed.ted.com/2015/11/17/21-fun-things-to-write-about-in-10-minutes-or-less/ Continue reading Not another writing prompt!!