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.
they are packing away the picnics – My Grandparents’ Generation by Faith Shearin
For this moment the room is warm and light – Abeyance by Rebecca Froust
From the moon-filled ditch – From a Country Overlooked by Tom Hennen
If the Sun and Moon should doubt, they’d immediately go out – William Blake
It is normal to give away a little of one’s life in order not to lose it all – Albert Camus
Children suck the mother when they are young and the father when they are old – English Proverb