Category Archives: daily prompt
NaPoWriMo Day Three. Today’s prompt: “This one is a bit complex, so I saved it for a Sunday. It’s a Spanish form called a “glosa” – literally a poem that glosses, or explains, or in some way responds to another … Continue reading
Day Two NaPoWriMo prompt: Today, I’d like to challenge you to write a poem based on a word featured in a tweet from Haggard Hawks, an account devoted to obscure and interesting English words. I used the tweet pictured below, which … Continue reading
NaPoWriMo day one prompt: “The prompt is based on Robert Hass’s remarkable prose poem, “A Story About the Body.” The idea is to write your own prose poem that, whatever title you choose to give it, is a story about … Continue reading
Love lasts forever. Come to find out, forever isn’t all that long. Early bird post for April’s National / Global Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo). The prompt: Write a poem based on, or responding to, a line of Emily Dickenson’s poetry. … Continue reading
Bloganuary prompt: What does it mean to live boldly?
Bloganuary prompt: What are five things you are grateful for today? I am grateful that I woke up to a rosy sunrise, And for the beauty of early morning frost Oh, wait… time out! I started this post yesterday, but … Continue reading
Bloganuary prompt: What do people incorrectly assume about you? Others may assume that I am unassuming, but my assumption that they assume so would, indeed, make their assumption incorrect, would it not? It is more likely that I assume things … Continue reading
Bloganuary prompt: What do you like most about your writing? When I write, I can share parts of me that would have and will likely continue to be unspoken. I can share my sense of humor and remain blissfully unaware … Continue reading
Bloganuary prompt: What makes you laugh?