Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Vice/Versa - Midnight Snack Weekly Prompt #1

Every Tuesday you will find either Vice/Versa or Midnight Snack (they will alternate)posted here at 12:01 a.m.  For “Vice/Versa” two random words will be posted along with their polar opposites (Otherwise known as antonyms). Write something using all four words. It can be any form of writing; poetry, prose, short stories or whatever else. For “Midnight Snack” a simple photo prompt is posted.  We will guide you in no direction. It is just you and the photo.  If it inspires you, then write about it, if it doesn't then go back to bed.

A link tool will be posted at the same exact moment the post is published. Post your related scribbling and leave a comment. Be sure to visit the others who post here and see how creative others can be.

This week it is time for:
Vice Versa

Write poetry or prose using all four words.  It can be any form of poetry or prose.  Post your related scribbling and leave a comment.  Be sure to visit the others who post here and see how they differ from you.


Surge- a strong, wavelike, forward movement, rush, or sweep: the onward surge of an angry mob.

Recede-to go or move away; retreat; go to or toward a more distant point, withdraw.

Significant - Important: of consequence.

Trivial- of very little importance or value; insignificant: Don't bother me with trivial matters.

               Simple Rules
  • Post anytime its just the night owls who get first crack
  • Make sure to visit other late night scribes.
  • Leave us a comment about the photo before you finally nod off.
  • Please post no more than 3 poems per prompt.


  1. I didn't get all the words in but this poem had real meaning for me.

  2. Thanks for the opportunity to share!

  3. Entering another work of poetry...this is different from the prompt, but, I just wanted to be a part of this lovely group of people who inspire.


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