Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 598 – Writer’s Digest

Quick note: Maurya Richard kicked off her second annual fantasy February Challenge yesterday, February 1st. Here’s the prompt for day one (yesterday), and here’s the prompt for day two (today). I wrote and posted a short synopsis yesterday, and am considering one for today. In a way, flash fiction is a kind of prose poetry. … Read more

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 595 – Writer’s Digest

For today’s prompt, write a game poem. There are plenty of board games, card games, and trivia games that can motivate this poem. Or you might go down the path of video games or sports. Then, there are mind games, the love game, and I’m sure many other variations on this topic. So make it … Read more

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 594 – Writer’s Digest

For today’s prompt, write a new beginning poem. Everyone can use a fresh start once in a while. Maybe a new job (or a new project for an old job) or a new relationship. Personally, I like to find new music often and new books (for me) always. Of course, the fresh start may be … Read more

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 593 – Writer’s Digest

For today’s prompt, take the phrase “no (blank)”, replace the space with a word or phrase, make the new phrase the title of your poem, then write your poem. Possible headlines include: “Don’t lie to me,” “Don’t leave me hanging,” “Don’t forget to call your mom,” and/or “Don’t eat the last piece of pie.” remembers: … Read more