Weekend Writing Prompt #49 – Random (3)

A set of random words and a photo prompt to get your creativity flowing this weekend.  Use the prompts separately or together.  It’s up to you.  Write a piece of flash fiction, a poem, a chapter for your novel…anything you like.  Or take the challenge below – there are no prizes – it’s not a competition but rather a fun writing exercise.  If you want to share what you come up with, please leave a link to it in the comments.

Word Prompt

 Fortitude – Resolute – Epiphany

Photo Prompt

 

Challenge

Prose Challenge – Write a story in 75 words or less that is inspired by the photo prompt and one of the word prompts.

Bonus points for managing to use all three of the word prompts in your story 🙂

Poetry Challenge – Write a poem of any length that includes all three of the word prompts and where one of the lines is repeated at least once.

Can’t wait to read what you have come up with!

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24 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Prompt #49 – Random (3)

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  2. Hey Sammi, Namaste 🙂 How are you?

    How are you upon this day? I hope all is well and y’all giddy with spring.

    An interesting and expansive challenge this week, which I’ve not done justice to at all (sorry!), but instead scribbled down remnants of a conversation I heard Merlin have with Hermes about slugs and stuff…

    “Fortitude and resilience,”
    “Takes experience my friend.”
    “To defend one’s noble heart,”
    “Against Dark-Arts,” said Hermes.
    “One must be resolute and tenacious,”
    “Pertinacious and mettlesome,” said he.
    ~
    “You mean ring-fence one’s heart” said Merlin.
    “As if a garden one protects from weeds?”
    “Indeed,” said Hermes, “a fine analogy.”
    “Stout-hearted, rock-ribbed, fixed and fenced.”
    “One’s defence must be defiance.”
    “Stalwart facing adversity.”
    ~
    “A garden must be slug free,” said he.
    “Else the bleeders will feast away, and,”
    “Before you know it there’ll come a day,”
    “When one’s garden will lay in ruin:”
    “When chewin’ has eaten its way,”
    “Through flowers to leave only grey.”
    ~
    “What stops slugs,” said Merlin,
    “What stops them getting in?”
    “Wisdom,” replied Hermes,
    “And snakes,” said he.
    “The wisdom of snakes,”
    “Keeps one’s garden slug free.”
    ~
    “Ah,” said Merlin now there’s an epiphany.”
    “You see,” said he, “I thought snakes to be,”
    “Moody mean and nasty: sneaky in every way.”
    “But today you’ve been a revelation:”
    “Eased my consternation should ever an infestation”
    “Of Slippery snakes enter my garden: I know I’ll be slug free!”
    ~*~

    Enjoy your weekend with merriment and good cheer ever-present in abundance. Take care have a great week!

    Namaste 🙂

    DN

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