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Writing Prompt #140 “Collage 14″

Collage 14

You can click the image to enlarge, the collages are actually quite big.  The quote “For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.” Virginia Woolf

What is the underlying theme? What’s the story here? The overarching emotions? If you like you can read them like panels in a comic strip it’s up to you how your interpret them. Literal or abstract are both perfectly acceptable.

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On another note I have decided to continue with the collages. I have made several more and will continue to post them every other Sunday for the time being. If you have some great quote suggestions leave them in the comments below!

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About mindlovemisery

Music: PJ Harvey, Radio Head, Fleetwood Mac, David Usher/Moist, Johnny Cash, Portishead, Damien Rice (basically I am a 90s kid I like alternative, grunge, Industrial and other types of metal, oldies, punk, rock etc.) Authors: Sylvia Plath, James Baldwin, Edmund White, Arthur Rimbaud, Jim Carrol, Jeff Noon, etc. Movies: A Clock Work Orange, Fight Club, House of Flying Daggers (I like a lot of cult movies, horror, comedy, drama, I don't like action and fantasy is terrifying lol) Philosophical Beliefs: Buddhism, Daoism, Shintoism (before it changed under Nationalism), The Transcendent Order Favorite Video Game: Planescape Torment What I do: read, write, yoga, pilates, weight-lift, walk, study philosophy and psychology, dance like a crazy person, paint, dream etc. Qualities: stubborn, sarcastic, teasing, playful, open, flirtatious, eccentric, passionate, forgetful, open-minded I am 32 and married (almost 13 years) with a beautiful 5 year old daughter. Everyone thinks I'm a hippie.

25 comments on “Writing Prompt #140 “Collage 14″

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  2. tale weaver/ing
    January 3, 2016

    I’m participating in Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola, and today’s colour “apricot” seemed well suited to your fantastic collage and exceptional quote.
    https://phylor.wordpress.com/2016/01/03/apricot-summers/

  3. kim881
    January 3, 2016

    I’m afraid I wrote my poem shortly before I saw the writing prompt but it just fits!

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  6. Madeeha
    January 3, 2016

    I don’t know why but I’m not getting it. Do I suppose to write fiction or non fiction?

    • mindlovemisery
      January 3, 2016

      anything you like a story, a poem, a song, artwork inspired by the imagery

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  9. Melinda Kucsera
    January 4, 2016

    very cool. will be using this for my new series that starts on 1/6. 🙂

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  11. writersdream9
    January 4, 2016

    I love this collage! It is inspiring enough to write many poems! Thank you!

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  13. julespaige
    January 5, 2016

    Still behind on return visits…but I couldn’t help my self to bash three MLMM prompts for:
    Winter Reflections ( BeeBee)

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  16. Bekkie
    January 8, 2016

    I will have to join you for a write soon! Looks lovely! Hugs!

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