Writing Prompt #13

Welcome To Writing Prompts

 

a lonely bench in water with writing prompt written on it

 

Do the words or the picture, or both, get your creative juices flowing?
Follow your senses, let the ink run on and create your masterpiece.

This is not a timed exercise and there are no rules. Just let your muse take over and create what you wish. Do share your writing or the link to it in the comments. I will add the links to the post so everyone can find them easily. Share the love forward. Link-backs to the prompt would be highly appreciated.

Be Inspired. Happy Writing!

 

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WORD OF THE DAY ~ Inglenook

Welcome to Vocabulary Wednesday

~Words To Help You Write Better

word of the day - inglenook

The old inglenook fireplace added to the charm of the cottage in the woods.

If you use this in any of your writing, please link back to this post and share the link or the work itself in the comments. I will add the links to your post here so the others can find your work easily. 
We all would love to be inspired by your creativity.

Writing Prompt #12

Welcome To Writing Prompts

 

sihouette of a couple against the moon with writing prompt written upon it

 

Do the words or the picture, or both, get your creative juices flowing?
Follow your senses, let the ink run on and create your masterpiece.

This is not a timed exercise and there are no rules. Just let your muse take over and create what you wish. Do share your writing or the link to it in the comments. I will add the links to the post so everyone can find them easily. Share the love forward. Link-backs to the prompt would be highly appreciated.

Be Inspired. Happy Writing!

Writing on the prompt…

The poem A SOFT CARESS OF MOONLIT WHISPERS by Shantanu Baruah. Have a look at this truly beautiful poem.

 

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WORD OF THE DAY ~ Halcyon

Welcome to Vocabulary Wednesday

~Words To Help You Write Better

word of the day - halcyon

Ah! Those halcyon days of that long ago summer, with not a care more than to squabble with the squirrels…

If you use this in any of your writing, please share the link or the work itself in the comments. I will add the links to the post here so the others can find your work easily. 
We all would love to be inspired by your creativity.

Writing on the word…

HALCYON – A POEM by Shantanu Baruah.

HALCYON SPLENDORS thought by Shantanu Baruah. Thanks very much for the beautiful duet Shantanu!

 

Writing Prompt #11

Welcome To Writing Prompts

 

Shoes on a river bank with writing prompt written on the picture

 

Do the words or the picture, or both, get your creative juices flowing?
Follow your senses, let the ink run on and create your masterpiece.

This is not a timed exercise and there are no rules. Just let your muse take over and create what you wish. Do share your writing or the link to it in the comments. I will add the links to the post so everyone can find them easily. Share the love forward. Link-backs to the prompt would be highly appreciated.

Be Inspired. Happy Writing!

Writing on the prompt…

The poem TRAGEDY OF BEING HUMAN  by Xanadu Quest. Thank you very much for sharing this beautiful poem 🙏

The poem THE TRAGEDY​ OF BEING HUMAN by Shantanu Baruah. Thank you very much for such a wonderful poem!

 

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WORD OF THE DAY ~ Tintinnabulation

Welcome to Vocabulary Wednesday

~Words To Help You Write Better

word of the day - tintinnabulation

If you can’t hear in that the tintinnabulation of heaven, then you have a J-cloth ear and a Bakelite soul.

If you use this in any of your writing, please share the link or the work itself in the comments. I will add the links to the post here so the others can find your work easily. 
We all would love to be inspired by your creativity.

Writing Prompt #10

Welcome To Writing Prompts

 

burning fire with writing prompt written on it

 

Do the words or the picture, or both, get your creative juices flowing?
Follow your senses, let the ink run on and create your masterpiece.

This is not a timed exercise and there are no rules. Just let your muse take over and create what you wish. Do share your writing or the link to it in the comments. I will add the links to the post so everyone can find them easily. Share the love forward. Link-backs to the prompt would be highly appreciated.

Be Inspired. Happy Writing!

Writing on the prompt…

THE WARM CRACKLE OF THE BURNING WOOD  by Shantanu Baruah. Follow the link and give this beautiful short poem a read.

 

Image by Jacques Uhlemann from Pixabay 

WORD OF THE DAY ~ Eucatastrophe

Welcome to Vocabulary Wednesday

~Words To Help You Write Better

word of the day - eucatastrophe

JRR Tolkien is said to have come up with this term to describe ‘a sudden and favourable resolution of events in a story; a happy ending’. In a 1944 letter, he explains his coinage: “I coined the word ‘eucatastrophe’: the sudden happy turn in a story which pierces you with a joy that brings tears.” The eu in eucatastrophe is derived from Greek εὐ- meaning ‘good, well’.

‘Tolkien called the gospel account the ‘eucatastrophe’, the happiest of all tragedies, because it satisfies the human heart’s deepest yearnings, including the desire for an epic mythology.’

Source: Oxford dictionaries

If you use this in any of your writing, please share the link or the work itself in the comments. I will add the links to the post here so the others can find your work easily. 
We all would love to be inspired by your creativity.

 

Writing Prompt #9

Welcome To Writing Prompts

 

house with lightning in the sky with writing prompt text written on it

 

Do the words or the picture, or both, get your creative juices flowing?
Follow your senses, let the ink run on and create your masterpiece.

This is not a timed exercise and there are no rules. Just let your muse take over and create what you wish. Do share your writing or the link to it in the comments. I will add the links to the post so everyone can find them easily. Share the love forward. Link-backs to the prompt would be highly appreciated.

Be Inspired. Happy Writing!

 

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