posted by Sunday Scribblings at 4:42 AM
This one should bring forth some interesting work. Thank You.
Great prompt that could have led me down so many roads. Thanks.
Hey Fellow Bloggers!Thank you for your kind words on my last week's take on the SS prompt. I really appreciate it. I'm still in there but I tried writing a fantasy fiction for this week's prompt: "The Princess and the Distant Dude".Come by and visit :)the perfect line
I told a long tale including the word, hope it's suitable for your distant prompt thank you :)
This could go many ways, but I chose to use the word distant to write a poem about something that is out of my control. I am wondering what everyone else will come up with. It should be fun!
Of course, mine has to have a love theme!
First time at using your site for inspiration, definitely got me thinking!
As always I love your prompts and how many different places they can take me. This one brought me to a water maiden and her home beneath the sea.
A distant rumble ---Is that my muse I'm hearing,or a false alarm?My latest, Thrilling Limerick, also serves as a Limerick-Off writing challenge. Thanks very much!
"And now for something completely different!" Actually...this one has NOTHING to do with Monty Python, but it is a real departure for me.I wrote some song lyrics that really seem to fit this prompt.
In honor of Comic Con, I did a super-hero story involving the Flash. I'm no Geoff Johns, but I hope it turned out okay.
A take on trust :-) Thanks for the brain food.
I think of distant fire...an inferno in the clouds...On Paper Wings
My first try at a Sunday Scribble
Great word! I got a second piece going with it on my phone that I'm still playing with. Thanks!
Great word! It took me forever to nail down what kind of "distant" sparked my brain the most and I settled with distant hearts. Excited to read everyone's contribution!
Love this prompt- so many possibilities!Why is it that I can't comment on some people's blogs? I would love to leave comments but some won't let me. :(
Late to the party, but happy to attend!
wanting to be closer may unchain the opposite...
Just happen to write a poem dealing with this topic. Sort of dark though.
Just found your site and intend to use your prompts on my art journal pages. Sounds like fun! Now for that "standing ovation".........
Distant... What I am from my family.
an abstract poem in pieces
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