The three writing prompts for the day (December 17th) are listed below. Choose one of the prompts and post your response in the “leave a comment” section.
Writing prompts are a great way to practice your writing, share your creations, and to see how other writers think. Remember to add emotions, describe the scenes, use your senses (smell, sight, taste, touch, & hearing), be descriptive, and don’t hold back.
Today we are going to be doing freelance writing. Freelance writing is a writing style where the writer just flows with the thoughts that come to mind. The purpose of this writing experiment is to free the mind of restrictions, constraints, and judgement. With freelance writing, you are allowed to express whatever flows. So don’t worry about editing or sounding “right”. Just let it flow, and most of all – have fun!
1. Write in freelance style about ambiguity.
2. Write in freelance style about hatred.
3. Write in freelance style about love.
I chose writing prompt # 3.
Consuming all encompassing passionate vibrations
A baby’s first smile
Feelings of never-ending pleasure
A fresh cup of coffee
Slippers on the feet
The moonlight watching me as i watch it
A cool summer’s breeze
Soul-shaking love-making that brings me down to my knees
The path of least resistance
That moment of peace
That fire in the heart
Everything all at once perfectly understood
The melting away of years of trauma and pain
Eyes that light up when they see you – like a son’s or a daughter’s
Fearlessness in the night
Peace and rise of the soul
Openness and receptivity
Allowing the unknown to unfold
Love – a strange thing – some dare not open to it because of the hurt and pain that it has once caused, but you can’t deny the feelings of it when its true, right, and on time
An understood glance
A song in the heart
Moved about through life’s current effortlessly, easily, and spoiled-rottenly in love
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