Hi hope everyone is enjoying the weekend wherever you are, today I have taken the Sunday word prompts from Fandango – ‘Whim’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘Understand’ for my poem entitled ‘On A Whim’, thanks for looking.
Hi, hope everyone s enjoying the weekend. Sammi’s challenge (see link below), is to write a poem or a piece of prose in exactly 28 words using the word “Sibilance” so here is mine inspired by one of my favourite cartoon characters. In 1947 Friz Freleng directed “Tweetie Pie,” he probably wasn’t aware he wasContinue reading “Weekend Writing Prompt”
The healing effect of words has long been recognised, as far back as 4000 BCE, early Egyptians wrote words on papyrus, dissolve them in liquid, and gave them to those who were ill as a form of medicine. Also poetry for healing and personal growth, can be seen in ancient times when shamans conducted religiousContinue reading “Poetry is Therapeutic”
Hello ‘Weavers’, this is the 14th W3 prompt hosted by David (see link below), I was very honoured to be chosen as POW last week and had the pleasure of selecting the poem by Sylvia Cognac, entitled ‘Cold Feet’, the guidelines from Sylvia are to write a poem which includes the word ‘water’. Why notContinue reading “W3 Prompt 14”
Hi hope everyone is well, today Fandango’s One-Word Challenge is ‘willpower’ , (see the link below), this prompt has inspired me to write a short poem entitled ‘Take Courage’, thanks for reading.
Happy Monday and welcome August, Sammi’s Prompt for the Week was a free writing – basically to write anything, so as I have been inspired by Mark’s post “Micro-Season: “Damp Earth Humid Heat”” (see links below), I have written a haiku. Thanks for stopping by.
Hi hope everyone is enjoying their Sunday, today I have taken Fandango’s word prompt ‘oblige’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘swim’, for my poem ‘Hold the Breath’, thanks for looking.
Hi hope everyone is having a weekend so far, Sammi has set her challenge (see link below), to write a poem or piece of prose in exactly 86 words using the word “Jamboree”. Here s mine entitled ‘Life is a Jamboree’.
Emily Brontë (1818-1848) was born on this day, 30 July 1818 in the rectory at Thornton in Yorkshire to the Reverend Patrick Brontë and Maria Branwell Brontë, the 5th of their six children and the only daughter to be given a middle name. Unfortunately her mother died when she was only 3 years old andContinue reading “Emily Jane Brontë”
Hello, thanks for dropping by this Thursday, today I have taken Fandango’s word prompt which is ‘Animus’ and Ragtag’s which is ‘Column’ (see the links below), for inspiration to write my poem today: