Every Thursday a new challenge will be posted consisting of prompts for flash fiction or poetry. As a guide line flash fiction should be around the 200 word count and poetry between 14 and 20 lines.
Your piece can involve one, all or any combination of the prompts given. The key is to enjoy what you are writing and in turn we will enjoy what you give us to read.
Please take the time to add your piece to the list by clicking the cute creature below. You can also add this to your own piece so others can enjoy too.
Ok so pens (or fingers) at the ready for some creative fun and I look forward to reading what you write.
In the spring that still is sweet – The Flower-Fed Buffaloes by Vachel Lindsay
And we will seek the quiet hill – After the Winter by Claude McKay
I’m waiting for the love – Birds of Texas by Matthew Zapruder
No ghost was every seen by two pair of eyes – Thomas Carlyle
One drop of hatred left in the cup of joy turns the most blissful draught into poison – Johann Friedrich Von Schiller
I think we must quote whenever we feel that the allusion is interesting or helpful or amusing – Clifton Fadiman