Inspiration Call: Week 6 February 2020 Writing Prompts

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February 2020 – Week 6 Writing Prompts

Monday February 3, 2020 Writing Prompt

Inspiration Call: Micropoetry Monday

use this picture as inspiration for a micro poem (a short poem with no particular rules).

Tuesday February 4, 2020 Writing Prompt

Inspiration Call: How To

Write a poem on how to do something mundane most people take for granted. (Example: Tie shoes, change a diaper, cut a pie, etc.)

Wednesday February 5, 2020 Writing Prompt

Inspiration Call: Word Prompt Wednesday: Soup

Use the word of the day in poetic or short story form.

Thursday February 6, 2020 Writing Prompt

Inspiration Call: Movie Madness

Think of a recent movie you watched, and create a poem about one character specifically, or an interaction between two characters that was memorable.

Friday February 7, 2020 Writing Prompt

Inspiration Call: Street Signs

Inspiration Call: Take note of the words on signs and street names you pass while driving, walking, or riding the bus. Write a poem starting with one of these words you notice.

Saturday February 8, 2020 Writing Prompt

Inspiration Call: 6 Word Story

Tell the story behind this picture in just 6 words. A Six Word story is a challenge for each writer to come up with a short story within six words.

Sunday February 9, 2020 Writing Prompt

Inspiration Call: Unsent Letters

The purpose of the unsent letter is to discover what impetus motivated it – which you may not know at the beginning – and decide what you need to do next, having discovered the impetus. You may, for example, need to change some aspect of your active life. You may decide to use the unsent letter as the basis for a letter that you do send. You may discover unsent letters are excellent ways to finish business with people and events that are no longer a part of your life.

Write an unsent letter – You don’t need to know everything you’re going to say. Allow the letter to ramble and develop in your usual style.

Writing tip from: Life’s Companion Journal Writing as a Spiritual Quest By: Christina Baldwin


All photos provided by Pixabay.com

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