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Sunday Writing Prompt – the sky and God

Welcome to another chance to sit back and reflect and then write for the Sunday Writing prompt.

This week I’d like you to use this quote by Sylvia Plath: “I talk to God but the sky is empty” as your point of inspiration. Then choose from one of the 2 images below and incorporate some of the “paint colour names” into whatever you create.

Simple right? Challenging in a good way, I hope.

So:

  1. Use the quote to inspire you to create. (you don’t necessarily have to use it specifically, but take from it the gist and then let it lead you)
  2.  Choose 1 image from the 2 offered.
  3.  Pick at least 3 “colour name word phrases” and incorporate them into your creation (i.e. don’t just “plonk” them in because it’s a requirement, but make them work in the essence of your writing, and even as a title is fine too.)

So create a poem, short story, personal reflection. It’s up to you. Please limit your words to 400 or less. And no mash ups.

Add the tags Sunday Writing Prompt and MLMM to your posts. Then create a ping back and link up with Mr. Linky. You have a week to complete the challenge and please pop back round when you have some free time to see what others have shared.

I hope you are inspired! I look forward to seeing what comes of this.

So the quote: “I talk to God but the sky is empty.” Sylvia Plath

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I keep company with words, the wolves and the wilderness.

22 comments on “Sunday Writing Prompt – the sky and God

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    • wildchild47
      December 3, 2018

      thank you so much 🙂 a most lovely and engaging piece

  5. Lorraine
    December 2, 2018

    An intriguing prompt; a challenge to use the mind and the muse.
    Thanks!

    • wildchild47
      December 3, 2018

      thank ya kindly ~ I think it holds all kinds of possibilities within the palm of creation 😉 (maybe that should be psalm? – oh how sometimes I AM so irreverent! LOL)

      • Lorraine
        December 6, 2018

        A smile and a laugh — I enjoy your irreverence!
        Still “playing” with your prompt. Lines create themselves, then melt. Nothing solid to hang a coherent piece of prose on. Sigh.

      • wildchild47
        December 6, 2018

        no problems, take your time, and when and if, you can always email me 😉

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  8. Michael
    December 3, 2018

    Great post Pat, enjoying playing with this one.

    • wildchild47
      December 3, 2018

      thanks so much Michael – I think it can wander into so many ways …. fun and light, slightly off-beat, short story, poem, personal reflection … all kinds of ways to go with it 🙂

  9. richwrapper
    December 3, 2018

    Reblogged this on richwrapper and commented:
    We Shall See…found at -Eugenia’s BrewNSpew and worth what efforts to get it to reblog. J

    • wildchild47
      December 3, 2018

      thank you

      • richwrapper
        December 5, 2018

        You are most welcome, wildchild47. One day RealSoonNow (or at least soonerishly) I shall trek your site-ward and see more for my reading maw which clamors constantly for more to keep those eyes occupied. Something about brain-input devices which like a nail-head sticking up from a compliant recumbent board demands attention, no?

      • wildchild47
        December 5, 2018

        LOL @ nail head sticking up on a board …. does make for accidentally tripping! Ouch. No worries, no rush at all. Feel free to wander as time permits.

      • richwrapper
        December 5, 2018

        I am losing my perspective. I keep pushing it out of my pocket at most every street corner and the durned thing keeps climbing back up.

      • wildchild47
        December 5, 2018

        LOL – well, perhaps, it’s like a shadow, never can quite leave … 😉

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