An oxymoron is a figure of speech that combines words with contradictory definitions to coin a new word or phrase. The absurdity of the resulting statement allows writers to play with language and meaning. For example, the phrase " cold fire " is formed from contrasting words. In fact the word " oxymoron " is an oxymoron itself as it is derived from the Greek words “oxys” (meaning “sharp”) and "moros” (meaning “dull”).
--Today , write a creative piece using oxymoron.--
Sending postcards to friends or loved ones is an age old sweet gesture. Although social media has made it quite easy to share messages, today embrace the classic charm and warmth of sharing your whereabouts by postcard.
--Today, write a postcard message to the sky.--
You can write your sentiments, learnings or anything else you wish to share. Keeping in mind the limited space in a postcard, write a short message.
A refrain in literature refers to a phrase, line or group of lines repeated at intervals throughout a poem, most commonly at the end of each stanza. The practice of using refrains is very old. There exists two broad forms of refrain: First, where a line is repeated throughout the poem and second, where words are repeated.
The mondo is a Japanese style of poetry written in the form of a question followed by an answer, both written by the same person. (Originally, it used to be written as a collaboration of two poets, one presenting a thoughtful question and the other giving an enlightening answer in two different stanzas.)
--Today , write a creative one-liner mondo on a particular color--