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  • miraquill 6h

    He was my North, my South,
    my East and West.
    My working week and
    my Sunday rest.
    My noon, my midnight,
    my talk, my song.
    I thought that love would
    last for ever: I was wrong.

    ~W.H. Auden

    --Today, write a poem or quote ending with the phrase "I thought that love would last for ever: I was wrong."--

    Tag with #end and share.
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    End

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  • miraquill 1d

    --Today, write a poem or prose starting with---

    1. Her eyes look like unheard stories...
    or
    2. The rain is falling...
    or
    3. Two lovers found a...
    or
    4. Your smile is a lie...
    or
    5. When flowers bloom at...

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    Start

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  • miraquill 1d

    --
    Complete the adventure story.
    --

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    Complete the adventure story.

    Tap into your imagination, participate in this exciting contest and win a trophy to climb a step up on the creativity ladder.

    --Complete the following story using your imagination and creativity--

    We reached this stranded island three days back. The sea storm had almost split the ship, some of us rescued ourselves using the rowboats. The most interesting and dangerous thing about life is that it's unpredictable. Uncertainties...

  • miraquill 2d

    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--

    Tag with #mondo and share.
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    Mondo

    What's purple?
    Purple is mixture of sunset and nostalgia!

  • miraquill 3d

    Come live with me and be my Love,
    And we will all the pleasures prove
    That hills and valleys, dale and field,
    And all the craggy mountains yield.

    - Christopher Marlowe

    Pastoral poetry originated in ancient Greece when the poet Theocritus started writing about rural life and nature in the countryside.A pastoral poem focuses on the fantasy of withdrawing from modern life to live in an idyllic rural setting. No matter the form or structure the poetry takes, it always explores country life.

    --Today, write a short pastoral poem.--

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    Pastoral poem.

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  • miraquill 4d

    The plates will still shift
    and the clouds will still spew.
    The sun will slowly rise
    and the moon will follow too.

    Life’s beauty will continue
    to flourish all around,
    but now you are gone.

    – Amy O Connor

    --Today, write a poem or quote showing the contrast between temporary human life and permanent nature.--

    Tag with #life and share.
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    Life

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  • miraquill 5d

    The pathetic fallacy is a figure of speech in which the natural world is treated as though it had human emotions. For instance "weeping cloud" is an example of the pathetic fallacy. This is also a kind of personification, or describing non-human objects in human ways but in strictest sense, the pathetic fallacy can only be applied to nature – animals, trees, weather patterns, etc.


    --Today, write a poem using pathetic fallacy in it.--

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    Pathetic fallacy

    But when the melancholy fit shall fall
    Sudden from heaven like a weeping cloud
    That fosters the droop-headed flowers all
    And hides the green hills in an April shroud

    – Keats

  • miraquill 1w

    For today's challenge pick one word from set A and one phrase from set B to write a poem or prose.

    Set A

    feet, emotions, words, empty, life

    Set B

    1. Poetry is my last hope...
    2. If my poem doesn't rhyme...
    3. There's a river flowing inside...
    4. Broken crayons in my bag...
    5. Behind a broken heart...

    --Today, write a combination poem or prose--

    Tag with #combination and share.
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    Combination challenge

    Comment below the word and the phrase you are using!

  • miraquill 1w

    Imagery is described as a picture made out of words. It is extensively used in poetry. Gustatory imagery is a type of imagery that appeals to the sense of taste. For example: The fresh and juicy orange.

    --Today, write a poem using gustatory imagery in it.--

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    Imagery

    Poetically describe the taste of pumpkin in comments!

  • miraquill 1w

    I met a lady in the meads,
    Full beautiful—a faery’s child,
    Her hair was long, her foot was light,
    And her eyes were wild.

    – Keats

    --Today, write a poem, prose or story using the word 'wild' in it.--

    Tag with #wild and share.
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    Word of the day – wild

    Write a poem, prose or story using the word WILD