Celebrating love in the midst of senseless hate with this week’s Motivational Monday poem.
The theme for this week’s Motivational Monday poem: moving out of fear
In the midst of daily routines and responsibilities, it can be challenging to keep writing.
A place in which the artistic spirit soars On the wings of imagination and grace Encouraged, inspired, and motivated To embrace the beauty within Tales of fairy and folk Passed down through generations Infusing magic and creativity Through a storyteller’s art Compassion, hope, and faith Add beauty to that which exists Inspiring childrenContinue reading “Motivational Monday Poem: Fairy Tales”
The challenge for this week’s Writing Prompt Wednesday was to create a short story using the image below as inspiration and based on the following criteria: Two characters (ages must differ by at least ten years) One animal (unless your two characters are animals, then add one person) Time period in the past or futureContinue reading “Short Story Creation from Writing Prompt Wednesday”
Write a short story for this week’s Writing Prompt Wednesday using the image provided.
The artistic spirit fluttering within Escapes its boundaries And creates artwork With each brush of wing to page The thoughts morph into context As the spirit soars, spins, And rides the wind of creativity A trail of shimmering dust only the artist can see As the stars align to say adieu The artisticContinue reading “Motivational Monday Poem: Fluttering”
This week’s Motivational Monday poem focuses on trails of mind, body, and spirit.
Use the image above as creative inspiration for a short story, poem, song, or journal entry. Have fun and don’t edit as you go!
Still, a Rose Color in the stillness of day Enraptures the world with its voice Vibrancy, depth, and beauty Calling to us to awaken Mind, body, and spirit Journey together yet apart Focused on their respective roles Uniting for a moment to stop and smell the rose Clouded by distraction and routine InspirationContinue reading “Motivational Monday Poem: Still, a Rose”