This week I've used as our prompt the title and ending of a poem by David Whalen
I listen to the silence .... as you do also
Use some or all of it in you short story or poem then hand your URL over to Mister Linky. Please try to visit as many of your fellow writers as possible. To read David Whalen's poem, plus an amusing Haiku and a second poem, pop over to Carry On Tuesday Plus. You'll be glad you did!
Writing after a long time... feels so refreshing!!! thanks for the promptReplyDelete
Keith, I enjoyed this prompt. I will respond to everyone's blog who has posted before me. If anyone posts after me and would like a visit, please visit my blog and I will return the favor.ReplyDelete
Mary - that's a great way to do this! I've just posted and won't get around to reading until later...but I'll definitely be by! :) ~PaulaDelete
Thanks for the prompt Keith. I enjoyed this one :)ReplyDelete
Ditto on Mary's comment too.
I've really enjoyed visiting the other blogs today, lots to think about and stimulate creativity.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the prompt, Keith!!!ReplyDelete
I got here late this week, because I was able to write my own poems without prompting, but this was exactly what I needed today. Thank you for helping me write... http://hopefuljo.wordpress.com/2012/07/06/365-creativity-project-day-179/ReplyDelete
oooooh! i love this prompt! thank you, Keith!ReplyDelete
got my creative side going. thanks for a great prompt, as always! 29 posts and it's only monday -- way to go!ReplyDelete