Freeforall: Even More Prompt Sites
This page houses even more prompt sites, for those who feel restless, have time on their hands, or are avoiding something.
The sites are not being banished but are sites that people go to no matter what. I don’t want to drop them, having developed an odd proprietary feeling for them.
Poetic Bloomings: Remember, everyone, along with a weekly prompt, PB has a regular interview post, as well as bringing us forms to play with. This week, they discuss prose poetry. The link is to their latest page, as they have so much on offer.
ABC Wednesday: For you alliterationists out there [or even if you aren't], visit ABC Wednesday.
Three Word Wednesday: gives us three words to incorporate into a poem. This week we have banter, duty, and element. You might try writing down the first thoughts that come into your head as you read these words, before you go on to visit the site for their definitions. TWW has a particularly good source and I often get ideas from the definitions rather than the given words.
At Poets United, look to the left and scroll down a little. You will see all that PU has to offer. Their prompts can be found at the Thursday Think Tank and Midnight Snack.
Another entrant for all you photo mad writers. So many of you like image prompts and Alastair’s Blog will give you a photo a day. Just check his blog when you feel like an image and if you write a poem, leave a link at his place. Alastair collects inspirational quotes, so you can visit just to read, if you are having one of those days.
Elizabeth’s blogs are well-worth following. Sometimes she will have prompts for a while, or she will engage in discussion topics. For now, she has been going back through old journals and rediscovering elements of herself that resonate with all writers, I suspect. You can find her here. Read back a few, then play lucky dip with posts even further back.
The final posting is for Trifecta, I have given you the link to the Instructions page. They have an interesting shtick. Visit and find out what.
Visiting the sites will bring you to, or near, the latest prompt.