Picture Prompts. Time.

There are various methods we can use to tell the time, and many ways in which we use time for. I always find photos are useful for prompting a new piece of writing. I hope these help you too. 

Apparatus

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Seasons

 

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Photo by Tim Gouw on Pexels.com

 

Occasions

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Image by Annie Spratt from Pixabay

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#NaPoWriMo Time Reserved for the Writer: A Poem.

How’s everyone’s NaPoWriMo going? I am consuming a lot of toast, whilst writing in the early hours. Naturally inspiration struck!

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Picture Courtesy of PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay.com

Time Reserved for the Writer

toast on the grill –
late night snack
use the knife
to spear each slice onto
shake it off
onto the plate –
warm –
just been washed


Want more poetry? Try Here comes the Sun

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Time.

Time! Time does some funny things to your writing. I have a number of manuscripts written over a five year period, and there were a few I decided to take a look at for the first time in a while because there are a few publishers I would like to send my work to. Wow. The results are I need to do some major rewrites on these manuscripts. I can understand the manuscript I wrote when I was seventeen, because I leaned heavily on hyperbole and obscure metaphors (only my seventeen year old self would understand them!) but the more recent feel so clunky. The ideas I’m happy with, but the way they’re written is flat flat flat. I’m actually quite excited about rewriting them.

On the flip side, of course, is when you find old poems and have to ask did I write that? Because that is good, really good. It weighs itself out evenly eventually. It shows how we can grow over a period of time without realising.

Hair was written when I was 18/19?