Crafting and Creating; Photography and Poetry
For today’s prompt, take the phrase “Whenever (blank),” replace the blank with a word or phrase, make the new phrase the title of your poem, and then write your poem. Example titles could be: “Whenever I write a poem,” “Whenever something good happens,” “Whenever never,” etc.
whenever it’s time for bed
always something else comes up
a news article to read
one more youtube video
poetry needing expressed
photographs need editing
checking online finances
some website code needs tweaking
web surfing for unique gifts
searching cyber trails for friends
just one more blog to visit
blue glow of the internet
I left Friday to travel to Philcon, Philadelphia’s Science Fiction Convention. Road trips always derail my writing schedule, so here I am catching up again.
For today’s prompt, write an “it’s too late” poem. Nobody likes a quitter, but sometimes you have to “know when to hold them, know when to fold them…” There are times when it’s just too late, and today is the day to write that poem–before it’s too late, of course.
packed, mapped, reservations made
still online dawdling
delaying until too late
caught in Friday’s rush hour snarl
Robert Lee Brewer of Poetic Asides is hosting a poem a day challenge through November! The official rules are here. For today’s prompt, he offers the choice of Write a procrastination poem or Write a proactive poem.
poetry to write
computer browsing to do
ignoring my chores
they’ll still be waiting for me