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  • Weekly Prompt Prose: Phone Bump

    Prose Writing Prompt of the Week: Someone is reading a book on their phone while walking on a city street. They bump into someone who is less than sympathetic…at least at first. How does the meeting end? Phone Bump by Jamie DeBree Abby glanced up briefly, her true attention still on the small screen in her…

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  • Weekly Prompt Poems: Tea?

    Poetry Prompt of the Week: Write a poem about having a cup of tea with someone you…don’t exactly like. Apologies for the late post this week! I think you’ll enjoy these two poems just as much on a Sunday, though. 😉  A Cup of Tea by Carol R. Ward Have a cup of tea, my dear…

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  • Weekly Prompt Poems: I Am Canadian

    Poetry Prompt of the Week: Write a poem about the weather…include at least three different types of weather patterns.  I Am Canadian by Carol R. Ward I awake to the fog coating the world like a blanket of white that’s just been unfurled. The tops of the hills rise above the white mist like islands alone…

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  • Weekly Prompt Stories: A Scrap, a Shirt, & a Shirtless Man

    Prose Writing Prompt of the Week: Let’s solve a mystery. While walking down the street, your character finds: a scrap of fabric stuck in a rose bush, a torn shirt in the gutter ten yards away, and a shirtless man lying on a lawn several houses down the block. What happened? They Never Listen by Carol…

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  • Weekly Prompt Stories: The Fortune & All in the Cards

    Prose Writing Prompt of the Week: A character went to get his/her fortune read six years ago. Today, that fortune is coming true in the most unexpected way. Tell us about it… The Fortune by Jamie DeBree In six years exactly, love will find you. Mandy looked out at the sunrise reflected in the still lake…

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  • Weekly Prompt Poems: Dream Desk & Waning of the Green

    Poetry Prompt of the Week: Write a poem about something (anything) that is quickly going bad. Dream Desk by Carol R. Ward For oh, so long, I’ve had a dream Since I first began to write – it’s of the perfect writing desk – I dreamed of it last night. It’s not too big and not…

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  • Weekly Poetry Prompt Stories: The Warning

    Poetry Prompt of the Week: Write a poem about how ancient civilizations might have viewed/perceived an eclipse. The Warning by Alex Westhaven The air is strange today, my dear, the sky is growing dim, I’m not sure what to do, my dear, and neither is the wind. Night is falling quickly now, though we’ve hours yet ‘til…

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  • Weekly Prose Prompt Stories: Monkey Shines

    Prose Writing Prompt of the Week: Someone figures out how to beat the carnival games and wins a big stuffed monkey. He/she gives it to a stranger – what happens? Monkey Shines by  Carol R. Ward “You can’t keep that,” Irene protested. She stopped in her tracks as they headed away from the game. “Why not?…

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  • Weekly Poetry Prompt: Favorite or Least Favorite Carnival Rides

    Poetry Prompt of the Week: Write a poem about your favorite or least favorite carnival ride. Carnival by Carol R. Ward The carnival, the carnival! Let’s go to the carnival! There’s games and food and rides – Test your skill or loop the loop It’s so hard to decide. The carousel spins round and round as…

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  • Weekly Prose Prompt Stories: Metamorphosis

    Prose Writing Prompt of the Week: Write about some sort of metamorphosis, what triggered it and whether the outcome was expected or not.  Metamorphosis by Jamie DeBree They’re all staring. This was a really bad idea. Mary Coulter adjusted the strap of her new leather satchel for the one-hundredth time on her shoulder and kept walking,…

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