"When in doubt, choose change." : that quotation prompted this fun 8-minute write.
From my own writing prompt about describing people, a dance teacher came to mind even though I haven't thought of her for decades.
Two legs and a bum
It's interesting to observe the unconscious mind, to see where a random suggestion or starting point can take you once the words start to flow.
The prompt for this poem was to begin writing using the words, "I am but..."
A weird little vignette practicing voice, scene, and dialogue...
The only way to know you're different is to live among other people for long enough...
Encountering a mural in memory of D’Andre Campbell
Art can be so powerful, especially if you give it time. This prose poem captures the way my experience of a street mural changed over the course of about 10 minutes.
Sometimes, when a writing prompt hangs me up, I turn to word definitions, as I did with this preposition...
In the process of researching a book, I've become fascinated by the pronoun "I"...
The line between authenticity and donning a mask is a fine one indeed...
Dancers have an inside joke they like to share...
Langston Hughes asked, "What happens to a dream deferred?" This is my reflection on that.