Saturday, 25 September 2010

Carry On Tuesday # 72


Your prompt for Tuesday September 28th

 Our prompt this week is the first two lines from Regina Spektor’s delightful song The Call

It started out as a feeling
which then grew into a hope

 Use all or part of it within your poem or prose, and then leave the url of your post with Mister Linky and a comment


To read the lyrics and listen to The Call (plus a couple of other of her fascinating songs) visit Carry On Tuesday Plus



14 comments:

  1. I had never heard this song but it made a good jumping-off point!

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  2. Mine's a brief foray into the past.

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  3. I decided not to listen to the song until after I'd written my poem... I'm excited to follow the link above now and see the original home of these wonderful prompt lines!

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  4. I've been touring the writing prompt sites and giving this form of artistic expression a try. This my first visit to Carry On Tuesday. I hope you like my contribution.

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  5. Please visit the #19 DAVID and ignore the #18 David. I posted the wrong url in the first one. Sorry.

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  6. This is my first time to participate.

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  7. Thank you for this prompt. I've been wracking my brain for weeks for an idea to use in the blog post I had to do at Passionate Reads today. You rescued me.

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  8. My Mr. Linky is messed up. Wish I could delete it. oh well.

    My writing veered to the surprisingly dark.

    http://juliejordanscott.typepad.com/jjspoetry/2010/09/started-and-never-became-.html

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  9. My contribution is a set of two related poems, together called "A Feeling Grew Into a Hope".

    I'm late posting because I lost power earlier today and worried I'd lost the poems I was writing because I hadn't printed them out yet. Fortunately, my MAC came through.

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  10. Keith,

    Thank you very much for your lovely comment.

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  11. I've never heard of the song (nor the singer, for that matter) but I thought that this was a very good prompt. There was so much one could do with it!

    Thank you for the wonderful prompt! :]

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