Day 2 of National Poetry Writing Month, Continue reading “Apr 2 NaPoWriMo Day 2/30”
Sorry for the extended absence; my health has been less than kind lately and it has had me in a downward spiral. It is all the external triggers that I can’t control – been hard to pull up & get anything accomplished, even when consciously practicing self-care. Continue reading “Aug 1-5 prompts”
Today is beautiful here in Salem, Oregon. Warm, sunny – with just the right amount of clouds to keep it from being hot. So let’s get caught up …
Yesterday’s prompt was “life from your pet’s perspective”. This always results in some interesting lines. And you learn something new about yourself when you look through another’s eyes.
Today’s prompt is “missed appointment“. … something I have been all too familiar with the past couple of years.
One of my pet persona poems (I was pretty miffed at myself, can you tell) …
Want to look up past prompt? Maybe one of my past Pinterest “Ariel’s List”?
I’ve made it easy for you. You can find them in my archive on my Poetry Prompts page.
And speaking of art collections – I upload my various ones here …
It’s been perfect gardening weather and all the green inhabitants of Boxwood Cottage are growing like… well, a weed! Including the ivy.
When we bought Boxwood Cottage, it came with a few “wild areas covered with English Ivy under the trees. Continue reading “May 15 prompt and poem”
My PAD prompt is … “collage” – Collect images from newspapers and magazines either by clipping them or making a list of the colors, things, people, objects, and their qualities that you notice as you look through them. If you’ve clipped images, create a collage of the clippings as an illustration of a poem not yet written, and then write that poem. If you’ve collected images as text, use the snippets to create a poem. Continue reading “Apr 2 #AprPAD #NaPoWRiMo”
Today’s prompt is “a 60% off coupon”.
How will you use it?
Today will be short – as I’m between apppointments right now.
Brewer has suggested writing a “disguise poem” today.
Mia Botha’s prompt is “wind“.
NaNo’s suggestion for your novelling today is “write a world where electricity and light are living creatiures and some people can communicate with them“.
I am challenging myself to create one zentangle a day during November. I’ve been so caught up, as CC Willow, in marketing my art that I really have not had a chance to play & create more.
Now scooting myself to group yoga …
So Day two and poets across the globe are picking up speed. Typically I start out strong in early April and then start missing posting as I deal with off-line life. Continue reading “Day 2 of 2017 NAPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo”