Writing Prompt: Melt With You/Music


Every Friday, a quote, image, music clip, word or writing prompt will be posted. Use these as a way to unblock and enhance your creative thinking skills.

There are no rules. Find your right moment in the day or week to write with little to no distractions. Use a pen, pencil, keyboard or whatever fits the mood and just write. WRITE. WRITE. WRITE. I prefer pen, (blue ink) rather than my computer. My thoughts seem to flow faster when my pen hits the page.

Express all those buried, unconscious thoughts within the deepest part of your mind. You may use the timer provided below as you write. But whatever you do, don’t stop until the time is up. Keep the flow going. Do this as often as you choose. The more you write the more you unlock the block. Once you feel you have a creative flow, take something from your writing and turn it into your own masterpiece.

This event will occur every Friday, so check back for the weekly prompt.
If you have used a prompt and posted on your blog, link back to this page.

Once you’ve published your post, you can leave a link to your post in the comments section of that particular prompt used.

Please don’t post and run. Be sure to stick around to support others with positive feedback.

Music Clip/Melt With You

Free Writing Exercise:  Listen to the music/It will be your timer for this prompt.(and write whatever comes to mind. ( any random thoughts) JUST WRITE! When the song ends, go back and look at what was written. Circle or highlight the first words/sentences that pop out. Use these for ideas for future posts.

Music Title Writing Prompt: This karaoke version from the song title Melt With You was originally sung by the Punk Rock Band, Modern English in 1982. Lead singer, Robbie Grey, who wrote this song explained the lyrics communicate a love between a couple so deep that the two melt and become one.  What does this type of deep love mean? Or what does melt mean to you? The following words are synonyms for melt, which also may be used. (soften, touch, affect, move, disappear, fade)  Example: The fog melted with the rising sun.

Now it’s your turn!

Let your words freely flow about any or all of the thoughts listed above. It can be in the form of a poem, a quote you like to live by,  random thought, or a photo projecting your interpretation of this prompt. Use the timer below, if needed.

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Please Share: If you have used “Melt With You” to write for your own blog, please remember to share your link here, with your finished post. Don’t forget to check out fellow bloggers. Share the comments and positive feedback. :)

Free Flow Suggestions: Please feel free to share your views/suggestions you may have for a few prompts or free writing exercises. Keep the positive flow…

Best Wishes,

Laura

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Writing Prompt: A Walk in the Clouds


Every Friday, a quote, image, music clip, word or writing prompt will be posted. Use these as a way to unblock and enhance your creative thinking skills.

There are no rules. Find your right moment in the day or week to write with little to no distractions. Use a pen, pencil, keyboard or whatever fits the mood and just write. WRITE. WRITE. WRITE. I prefer pen, (blue ink) rather than my computer. My thoughts seem to flow faster when my pen hits the page.

Express all those buried, unconscious thoughts within the deepest part of your mind. You may use the timer provided below as you write. But whatever you do, don’t stop until the time is up. Keep the flow going. Do this as often as you choose. The more you write the more you unlock the block. Once you feel you have a creative flow, take something from your writing and turn it into your own masterpiece.

This event will occur every Friday, so check back for the weekly prompt.
If you have used a prompt and posted on your blog, link back to this page.

Once you’ve published your post, you can leave a link to your post in the comments section of that particular prompt used.

Please don’t post and run. Be sure to stick around to support others with positive feedback.

Your comments, suggestions and questions are welcomed. Please remember to be respectful with your words to keep the positive flowing

A Walk in the Clouds

feel free to use this photo in your writings- credit is appreciated but not necessary

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Free Writing Exercise: Focus on the photo/Use a timer (for at least 1 minute) and write whatever comes to mind. ( any random thoughts) JUST WRITE! When the timer is up, go back and look at what was written. Circle or highlight the first words/sentences that pop out. Use these for ideas for future posts.

Photo Writing Prompt: I often find myself looking up in awe of the clouds above. They are always moving. Always natural. Always geometrically perfect. Ideas rise in clouds. Imagination lives there. Clouds speak words. To some, they may hear negative as where others, see the positive.

Now it’s your turn!

Let your words freely flow about any or all of the thoughts listed above. It can be in the form of a poem, a quote you like to live by,  but with this prompt…take a walk on a cloudy day and capture and post a photo of something that clearly speaks to you of these words.

Please Share: If you have used “A Walk in the Clouds” to write for your own blog, please remember to share your link here, with your finished post. Don’t forget to check out fellow bloggers. Share the comments and positive feedback. 🙂

Free Flow Suggestions: Please feel free to share your views/suggestions you may have for a few prompts or free writing exercises. Keep the positive flow…

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Writing Prompt: Thoughts Matter


Every Friday, a quote, image, music clip, word or writing prompt will be posted. Use these as a way to unblock and enhance your creative thinking skills.

There are no rules. Find your right moment in the day or week to write with little to no distractions. Use a pen, pencil, keyboard or whatever fits the mood and just write. WRITE. WRITE. WRITE. I prefer pen, (blue ink) rather than my computer. My thoughts seem to flow faster when my pen hits the page.

Express all those buried, unconscious thoughts within the deepest part of your mind. You may use the timer provided below as you write. But whatever you do, don’t stop until the time is up. Keep the flow going. Do this as often as you choose. The more you write the more you unlock the block. Once you feel you have a creative flow, take something from your writing and turn it into your own masterpiece.

This event will occur every Friday, so check back for the weekly prompt.
If you have used a prompt and posted on your blog, link back to this page.

Once you’ve published your post, you can leave a link to your post in the comments section of that particular prompt used.

Please don’t post and run. Be sure to stick around to support others with positive feedback.

Your comments, suggestions and questions are welcomed. Please remember to be respectful with your words to keep the positive flowing

QUOTES

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Free Writing Exercise: Focus on the photo/Use a timer (for at least 1 minute) and write whatever comes to mind. ( any random thoughts) JUST WRITE! When the timer is up, go back and look at what was written. Circle or highlight the first words/sentences that pop out. Use these for ideas for future posts.

Photo Writing Prompt: Every thought we think has a way of creating our future. Sometimes our thoughts are scattered. Sometimes defined. Every thought we have can make or break our dreams.

In the photo above, there are four thoughts. Which thought stands out the most? What made it stand out? Was it the actual words and thoughts behind it? Could it have been the color of the words? Or maybe it was the look of the font. All out thoughts become words and words become actions. Let your words freely flow about any or all of the thoughts listed above. It can be in the form of a poem, a quote you like to live by,  or maybe snap a photo of something that clearly speaks to you of these words.  Ok…Let’s write!

Please Share: If you have used “Thoughts Matter” to write for your own blog, please remember to share your link here, with your finished post. Don’t forget to check out fellow bloggers. Share the comments and positive feedback. 🙂

Free Flow Suggestions: Please feel free to share your views/suggestions you may have for a few prompts or free writing exercises. Keep the positive flow…

Writing Prompt: Boundary Lines


Every Friday, a quote, image, music clip, word or writing prompt will be posted. Use these as a way to unblock and enhance your creative thinking skills.

There are no rules. Find your right moment in the day or week to write with little to no distractions. Use a pen, pencil, keyboard or whatever fits the mood and just write. WRITE. WRITE. WRITE. I prefer pen, (blue ink) rather than my computer. My thoughts seem to flow faster when my pen hits the page.

Express all those buried, unconscious thoughts within the deepest part of your mind. You may use the timer provided below as you write. But whatever you do, don’t stop until the time is up. Keep the flow going. Do this as often as you choose. The more you write the more you unlock the block. Once you feel you have a creative flow, take something from your writing and turn it into your own masterpiece.

This event will occur every Friday, so check back for the weekly prompt.
If you have used a prompt and posted on your blog, link back to this page.

Once you’ve published your post, you can leave a link to your post in the comments section of that particular prompt used.

Please don’t post and run. Be sure to stick around to support others with positive feedback.

Your comments, suggestions and questions are welcomed. Please remember to be respectful with your words to keep the positive flowing.

bounDARY - Copy

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Free Writing Exercise: Focus on the photo/Use a timer (for at least 1 minute) and write whatever comes to mind. ( any random thoughts) JUST WRITE! When the timer is up, go back and look at what was written. Circle or highlight the first words/sentences that pop out. Use these for ideas for future posts.

Photo Writing Prompt: Life as we know it, has boundary lines.  There are boundaries within states. There are boundaries within countries. We can also experience material, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual boundaries. Boundaries are basically those personal rules and guidelines we set for ourselves to maintain limits for us and others in our everyday experiences and relationships. Sometimes, boundaries are needed. Sometimes, not. Based on your mix of beliefs, values and opinions…where are your boundary lines? Do you need to add more? Or drop a few? Share your thoughts or photos about Boundary Lines.

Please Share: If you have used “Boundary Lines” to write for your own blog, please remember to share your link here, with your finished post. Don’t forget to check out fellow bloggers. Share the comments and positive feedback. 🙂

Free Flow Suggestions: Please feel free to share your views/suggestions you may have for a few prompts or free writing exercises. Keep the positive flow…

 

Writing Prompt: Frozen In Time


Writers block has been a  common phenomenon throughout history.  Join me and others to help unlock the block on Free Flow Friday’s.

Professionals such as cartoonist Charles M. Schultz, author Scott Fitzgerald and songwriter Adele have all struggled with writer’s block. We are no different. As writers, sometimes our creativity is blocked from external, and yes, internal voices. Free Flow Friday is about loosening the thought process to unlock the mind and release the energy within.

Every Friday, a quote, image, music clip, word or writing prompt will be posted. Use these as a way to unblock and enhance your creative thinking skills.

There are no rules. Find your right moment in the day or week to write with little to no distractions. Use a pen, pencil, keyboard or whatever fits the mood and just write. WRITE. WRITE. WRITE. I prefer pen, (blue ink) rather than my computer. My thoughts seem to flow faster when my pen hits the page.

Express all those buried, unconscious thoughts within the deepest part of your mind. You may use the timer provided below as you write. But whatever you do, don’t stop until the time is up. Keep the flow going. Do this as often as you choose. The more you write the more you unlock the block. Once you feel you have a creative flow, take something from your writing and turn it into your own masterpiece.

This event will occur every Friday, so check back for the weekly prompt.
If you have used a prompt and posted on your blog, link back to this page. Free Flow Friday’s: Frozen

Once you’ve published your post, you can leave a link to your post in the comments section of that particular prompt used.

Please don’t post and run. Be sure to stick around to support others with positive feedback.

Your comments, suggestions and questions are welcomed. Please remember to be respectful with your words to keep the positive flowing.

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And just like that, time was frozen. Much like this leaf, we can sometimes feel frozen.

Free Writing Exercise: Focus on the photo/Use a timer (for at least 1 minute) and write whatever comes to mind. ( any random thoughts) JUST WRITE! When the timer is up, go back and look at what was written. Circle or highlight the first words/sentences that pop out. Use these for ideas for future posts.

Photo Writing Prompt: Whether it be from emotional fear, physical elements or just frozen in your thought process, write about the word “frozen.” What does it mean to you? Share any experiences you may have that were “frozen.” If you had one moment to be “frozen” in time,  what would it be?

Please Share: If you have used “Frozen” to write for your own blog, please remember to share your link here, with your finished post. Don’t forget to check out fellow bloggers. Share the comments and positive feedback. 🙂

Free Flow Suggestions: Please feel free to share your views/suggestions you may have for a few prompts or free writing exercises. Keep the positive flow…