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Friday Fictioneers To The Rescue

Hi, its Friday once more and time for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers – the inspiration for my piece below is from the evocative photo above from Starsinclayjars :). Here is my piece of flash in 100 words.


Flash Photo

Hi, this week Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge is the picture below. Each week he posts a photo from the internet to challenge us to write a piece of flash fiction or a poem inspired by the photo. Here is an acrostic 🙂

Stirring The cauldron

This is the eleventh day of Sammi’s 13 Days of Samhain, a Horror / Halloween writing prompt challenge and today we are invited to write to the prompt ‘Stirring the Cauldron’:

Jungle Dress

In dVerse’ Punam has raised the ‘Indian Connection’, and asked pick any four of the suggested words and use them in a poem on a topic of your choice. You can write in any form of your choice but preferably in rhyme. Thanks for looking 🙂


Hello ‘Weavers’, welcome to W3 prompt hosted by David, (the Skeptic’s Kaddish) The chosen POW is Lesley Scoble, who has given us two choices either to write a write a Minute Poem or a Shakespearean Sonnet, I have chosen the ‘Minute’ (a 12 lined poem in 3 stanzas – syllables, each stanza 8,4,4,4, theContinue reading “W3”

Prompt of the week

Hi, it’s Monday and Lady Jabberwocky’s prompt for this week is to write a poem or piece of prose using the word ‘Pumpkin Spiced’, I have used a little artistic licence here with, my poem entitled ‘The Spice of Life’, Thanks for looking 🙂


Hi, I always seem to come late to this! But this week dVerse is hosted by Merril from southern New Jersey, and she is spicing things up. We are invited to write a poem taking the names from a list of spices provided (see link: I found it so much fun 🙂 Here isContinue reading “dVerse”

Six Minute Challenge

Hi today I have taken up Stine writing’s 6 Minutes Challenge, please see link below: A great photo and a new challenge for me but for some reason loved the time constraint!

Saturday’s Triple Prompt

Hi the inspiration for this poem is once again from murisopsis’s ‘My Name scavenger hunt’ where she’s selected a number of poetry forms which have names, have a look: Alongside this I have included the prompts from Fandango whose word is ‘Chop’ and Ragtag’s – ‘ Patterns’. The form I have chosen the DonnaContinue reading “Saturday’s Triple Prompt”