Every Tuesday you will find either Vice/Versa or Midnight Snack posted here at 12:01 a.m.
I have been heartened by the initial participation in "Vice/Versa." One of these weeks you will see "Midnight Snack" and a photo.
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For this week's “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.
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. (We love comments too.) Then enjoy the writings of others who post here and see how they differ from you.
- Post any time; it's just the night owls who get first crack.
- Make sure to visit other late scribes.
- Leave us a comment about the photo or words before you nod off.
- Or just a comment saying hi!
- Most of all, enjoy!
Such nice words to work with.
And words in general are my topic this morning.
Didn't mean to be first: blame it on the time difference.
These words just slipped right into place. ☺ReplyDelete
Great prompt... thanks!ReplyDelete
Thanks Mary :)ReplyDelete
Hello all, joining in if that's ok, looking for some inspiration and this seemed a good way to startReplyDelete
Well, it's not exactly a poem, but it was fun. I'm enjoying these challenges. It pushes me in a real good way. And I love seeing what others do with the same prompt.ReplyDelete
Hi all, SO glad I joined. This challenge was really helpful in carving out a new poem. Thanks! :)ReplyDelete
Hey Mary! How goes it? This is the first vice/versa prompt I have tried, and I even came up with an etheree! So my own vice/versa is "Hates Forms/Writes Forms," I suppose. Peace, and thanks, AmyReplyDelete