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Today’s Prompt: Permission

Every day, I will post a prompt, usually one word, but sometimes a phrase or a sentence. Today’s prompt is permission. Write a post, any kind, any length, using this prompt, and then create a pingback if you’re using WordPress. If you aren’t on WordPress, you can put a link to your post in the comments.Please…

Today’s Prompt: Trees

Every day, I will post a prompt, usually one word, but sometimes a phrase or a sentence. Today’s prompt is trees. Write a post, any kind, any length, using this prompt, and then create a pingback if you’re using WordPress. If you aren’t on WordPress, you can put a link to your post in the comments.Please…

Monday Night Poetry: February 6

This week I’ve chosen something by my favorite poet. I vividly regret the fact that he burned his earlier poems. The Woodlark Teevo cheevo cheevio chee:O where, what can that be?Weedio-weedio: there again!So tiny a trickle of song-strain;And all round not to be foundFor brier, bough, furrow, or green groundBefore or behind or far or…

Today’s Prompt: Instrumental

Every day, I will post a prompt, usually one word, but sometimes a phrase or a sentence. Today’s prompt is instrumental. Write a post, any kind, any length, using this prompt, and then create a pingback if you’re using WordPress. If you aren’t on WordPress, you can put a link to your post in the comments.Please…

What I’m Reading

The Bible Channel Chucklesby Bil Keane(single-panel cartoons) [online book] Eight Cousins or The Aunt-Hillby Louisa May Alcott(full-length fiction) {children’s fiction}[online book] The Little Way For Every Day: Thoughts of St. Therese of Lisieuxtranslated by Francis Broome, CSP(Daily Devotional) [online book] Mother Angelica’s Little Book Of Life Lessons And Everyday Spiritualityedited by Raymond Arroyo(Catholic Spirituality) [online…

Today’s Prompt: Silk

Every day, I will post a prompt, usually one word, but sometimes a phrase or a sentence. Today’s prompt is silk. Write a post, any kind, any length, using this prompt, and then create a pingback if you’re using WordPress. If you aren’t on WordPress, you can put a link to your post in the comments.Please…

Astonishing

AlwaysARose (LittleBrownRock) Summary: The prompt that inspired this is in the End Notes to avoid a possible spoiler. Notes: (See the end of the work for notes.) When people heard Clarissa sing, their eyebrows rose and their mouths formed into “Oh’s” of sheer amazement. It wasn’t that she could hold a note longer than anyone else,…

Saturday Night Song List: February 4

Every Saturday night, I will post a list of songs connected in some way to various prompts given during the week, one song for each prompt. https://chellebcom2.wordpress.com/2023/01/29/todays-prompt-ride/Ride My See-Saw—The Moody Blueshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vs7HTUx4A0M https://thedailyspur.wordpress.com/2023/02/01/step-2/Steppin’ Out–Paul Revere & The Raidershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdAZx42cxQYhttps://wordofthedaychallenge.wordpress.com/2023/02/01/castaway/Liar, Liar—The Castawayshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9rWcGM9uAA https://ragtagcommunity.wordpress.com/2023/02/04/rdp-saturday-vanish/Where Have All The Flowers Gone?—The Kingston Triohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkTXcwc3zvk https://chellebcom2.wordpress.com/2023/02/04/todays-prompt-fate/Cast Your Fate To The Wind—Vince Guaraldi Triohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JC2ap1M3rII…

What I’m Reading

The Bible Big Mooseby Sean Ryan(comic book){one-shot} [online book] The Little Way For Every Day: Thoughts of St. Therese of Lisieuxtranslated by Francis Broome, CSP(Daily Devotional) [online book] Mother Angelica’s Little Book Of Life Lessons And Everyday Spiritualityedited by Raymond Arroyo(Catholic Spirituality) [online book] Plowshare In Heavenby Jesse Stuart(short stories) [online book] Rachelby Mina Lewiton(full-length…

Today’s Prompt: Fate

Every day, I will post a prompt, usually one word, but sometimes a phrase or a sentence. Today’s prompt is fate. Write a post, any kind, any length, using this prompt, and then create a pingback if you’re using WordPress. If you aren’t on WordPress, you can put a link to your post in the comments.Please…

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