I know its Halloween for some folks this weekend and a Halloween theme would be appropriate but I don’t want to limit our creativity to poems about Jack-O-Lanterns and Witches (and I’m not referring to mother-in-laws) so I decided to take a part of the fright filled holiday and use that. This week’s prompt is fear.
Use the word fear any way you want and as loosely as you want. What are you afraid of? What fear have you overcome? What silly things make you afraid (I’m afraid of Babies and Peaches)? Fear is a versatile word that can be twisted in many ways, make it positive if you like or reach down and find you inner Poe.
We look forward to reading your poems on fear. We can’t wait to see what you have written but warn me if I need a nightlight before reading your stories.
If you have a prompt idea that you would like to suggest or share with us please send it to email@example.com . We keep a folder set aside with all your suggestions and just might use it one day.
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