Poetry Writing Exercises 877: Friday 27th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page) and / or my Writer’s Block Workbooks… my best-selling eBooks – now available in paperbacks!! ***.

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

877 priest 648897Below are the four – you can do them in any order.

  1. Keywords: understand, advanced, intermediate, never, twice
  2. Random: a girl thing
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. One-word prompt: told

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Poetry Writing Exercises 876: Thursday 26th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page) and / or my Writer’s Block Workbooks… my best-selling eBooks – now available in paperbacks!! ***.

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: yes, say, socket, sock, hundreds
  2. Random: not an expert
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Thursday Title: She Dumped Him Again

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Poetry Writing Exercises 875: Wednesday 25th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page) and / or my Writer’s Block Workbooks… my best-selling eBooks – now available in paperbacks!! ***.

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: again, weep, share, complicated, thought
  2. Random: describing too much
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Sentence start: “I’m saying to people…”

Have fun, and if you would like to, do paste your writing in the comment boxes below so we can see how you got on! Remember though that it counts as being published so don’t post anything that you would want to submit elsewhere (where they require unpublished material).

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Poetry Writing Exercises 874: Tuesday 24th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page) and / or my Writer’s Block Workbooks… my best-selling eBooks – now available in paperbacks!! ***.

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: load, splitting, Tina, over, bone
  2. Random: at the back of his bed
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Tuesday Title: Feeling Icky

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Poetry Writing Exercises 873: Monday 23rd May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page) and / or my Writer’s Block Workbooks… my best-selling eBooks – now available in paperbacks!! ***.

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: dinner, Kings, whole, books, read
  2. Random: a game she used to play
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Monologue Monday: first-person poem about getting a new animal

Have fun, and if you would like to, do paste your writing in the comment boxes below so we can see how you got on! Remember though that it counts as being published so don’t post anything that you would want to submit elsewhere (where they require unpublished material).

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Poetry Writing Exercises 872: Friday 20th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page).

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: serious, keep, bedroom, guitar, Mike
  2. Random: a children’s story
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. One-word prompt: used

Have fun, and if you would like to, do paste your writing in the comment boxes below so we can see how you got on! Remember though that it counts as being published so don’t post anything that you would want to submit elsewhere (where they require unpublished material).

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Poetry Writing Exercises 871: Thursday 19th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page).

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: appear, much, pretty, real, scene
  2. Random: the real world
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Thursday Title: The Kinder Pixie

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Poetry Writing Exercises 870: Wednesday 18th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page).

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: thanks, showing, explain, fantasy, raise
  2. Random: not occurred before
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Sentence start: “We’ve already got…”

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Poetry Writing Exercises 869: Tuesday 17th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page).

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: still, something, recognise, playing, interesting
  2. Random: speed on the changes
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Tuesday Title: Hiding his Feelings

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Poetry Writing Exercises 868: Monday 16th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. If you enjoy these prompts, do take a look at my online courses… currently half price (when using the coupon codes on my main blog’s online courses page).

Time yourself for 15 minutes per exercise, having a break in between each one or move on to the next.  When you’ve finished, do pop over to this blog’s Facebook Group and let everyone know how you got on.

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  1. Keywords: dust, pod, space, square, gorgeous
  2. Random: this new year
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Monologue Monday: first-person poem about an elegant dress

Have fun, and if you would like to, do paste your writing in the comment boxes below so we can see how you got on! Remember though that it counts as being published so don’t post anything that you would want to submit elsewhere (where they require unpublished material).

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