Today’s poetry topic idea is thirst. A poet could write about: Being thirsty Dehydration An inadequate supply of clean water The idea of being thirsty, with, for varying reasons, undrinkable liquid available Quenching thirst Drinking liquids Thirst in survival situations Thirst as a metaphor Here is an […]
via Poetry topic idea: thirst — M. Sakran’s blog of and about poetry and poetry related things
If you’re struggling for an idea of what to write, maybe M Sakran’s blog post can help inspire you.
St Ives Bay from Smeaton’s Pier – late November 2019
via The Green Glass Sea — life at the edge
Beautiful photo of a beautiful place!
via Harvest Vine — redstuffdan
Beautiful seasonal artwork by redstuffdan! Consider visiting to give the image a like, and follow the blog for more.
How do people feel when they read your writing? Have you ever asked yourself that? Have you ever thought about it after writing a story or an article? Do you think that is even a relevant question to ask? Anyway… what does it mean to write from the heart? What makes the difference? Well, read on and […]
via Do You Write From the Heart? — irevuo
I’m posting this a little early this week as I will be away from the computer tomorrow…please expect delays in approving links and pingbacks. Thanks for your patience. Happy reading and writing everyone! 🙂 A word prompt to get your creativity flowing this weekend. How you use the prompt is up to you. Write a […]
via Weekend Writing Prompt #127 – Replace — Sammi Cox
By Toni G.
the other me
wears her hair slicked back
in a tightly woven braid
read the rest at The Other Me
evening roses ~ softly spill their deep perfume ~ into purple nights —© Lize Bard @ Haiku out of Africa
via Late — Haiku out of Africa
“I had an inventor stop in for a pint a few weeks back,” said Reala. “Oh, aye,” replied Fuen. “Did she invent anything we might have heard of?” “The cold air balloon,” said Reala. “It never really took off.” Cheers to Bruce Campbell, Badger, Kathy & Warren for the continued $10 Patronage. You can find me on…
via Flight — Little Fears