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Saturday’s prompt is Virginia Wolfe’s “Read a thousand books and yuor words will flow like a river.”
Many ways to use this prompt: Write about a book you read, or write in the style of one of the authors. Or write as if you were one of the characters.
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I identify myself as a Pacific Northwest poet. I have been writing poetry since 1976- and yes - I have been using the pen-name Ariel all this time! I can often be found writing in the Willamette Valley, in Pacific forests or along the Coastlines on Oregon.
August 2, 2019
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