Write about a time you were forgotten.
Take a story or scene or essay that you are writing on and turn it into a poem.
When you go on your writer's walk today (in search of an idea or to make contact with the natural world), notice three new images or encounters that you have not noticed in the past. Write about these.
Throw out, donate or recycle something today that you find you have been moving around the house but really it's just clutter. Write about this object and its journey with you. (Or write from the objects perspective).
Write about how COVID intersects with your writer's life. Use the images found on your walk.
Write about an assumption you hold about someone you don't like. And about someone you love.
Write about an assumption you hold of the world or others that holds you back or makes you want to give up.
As in all my writing prompts, let them take you where they will. My writing prompts come from an intuitive place that invites us to explore and discover what it is we truly want to write about. Let go of expectations and assumptions you hold of yourself or your writing. And notice the pilgrimage itself and where you arrive.
Join me and other writers for FIRST FRIDAY WRITING RETREATS. This coming March 5th, Friday we will explore more on the theme of Vulnerability through and in our writing. On the First Friday in April we will have a wonderful day of writing and yoga with me and Molly Chanson! Send me an email, and hold the dates. email@example.com. These will be live through ZOOM until we can safely meet up in person!❤️
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