Welcome to another month of writing prompts! I decided to stick to last month’s style because they were so much fun to do. I hope all of you will find some wonderful inspiration this month, either here or someplace else. Happy writing! ~M xo
- Moon scraped knuckles and knocking knees
- Twisted oak paths and blooming breezes
- Twerking teens and baggy jeans
- Lobbying Lucys and gentle jokers
- Quick casseroles and inky obstacles
- Awakened desires and endless pleasures
- Twisted tales and surprise endings
- Essential essentials and worn out wigs
- Listless lions and doomsday dungeons
- Particle board planters and subterranean snails
- Mystic mall cops and maroon feather dusters
- Hopscotching hillbillies and hurtling hitchhikers
- Candy coated cavities and jaw breaking blunders
- Long awaited journeys and lingering kisses
- Soothing sounds of sunshine and long forgotten days
- Wizard dueling dilemmas and warty wishes
- Wafts of cinnamon and permeating cloves
- Splitting wood and honking geese
- Strawberry ribbons and summer plums
- Knitting neighbors and nagging noises
- Terrible traffic and peaceful pathways
- Coffee kisses and steamy charades
- Turbulent tensions and stinging images
- Silvery centerpieces and rosebud rims
- Small voices and grownup glimpses
- Healing hawthorns and harrowing hesitations
- Enchanting embers and soft glowing moonbeams
- Bright colored kites and paper airplanes
- Naughty adjectives and tawdry tales
- Sinking sands and rain soaked reeds
- Miniature marionettes and dime store delights
If you’re new to prompt writing, and don’t really understand how to use the prompts, please consider the following writing exercise.
Settle into your favorite place in the house with a hot drink to warm your waking bones. Once you’ve warmed up a bit; grab your journal, a trusty pen, and a timer. Then, set your timer for ten minutes and begin writing about one of the prompts. Don’t worry about spelling, punctuation, neatness, or anything like that; just write! Write about anything and everything that comes to your mind, and don’t stop until the ten minutes are up.
I often find myself writing short stories or poems during those ten minutes, but you can write about anything you like. And don’t be alarmed if what you’ve written doesn’t quite make sense. The whole idea behind doing this exercise is to get your mind ready and working so that you can begin your day. Just think of it as exercise for your brain, and once you’ve done your ten minutes of writing, you’ll feel more prepared to tackle the rest of your day.
As always, I will be writing and posting over on my other blog, which can be found here. So please come visit me if you get a chance, and hopefully I can keep up with all of you!
And one last thing before I forget! I made a quick tutorial for those of you who have been having trouble trying to figure out how to Pingback your posts. Please go here, if you’d like to view the tutorial.