Saturday, July 31

Prompt: Write About Winter

( I cant find this poem anywhere online, however if youre curious, you can see an excerpt here.).

And how do you feel about winter season in basic? What are a few of your preferred winter memories? What has been your best winter season as a writer, and why?

What are you doing to get ready for the coming winter, as an author and in general? Are you looking forward to it or are you fearing it (or both)? What are your most significant hopes and worries for the coming winter season?

Im mentally/emotionally prepping for winter season. Which consists of reading this poem. And which likewise includes questioning about you and your own thoughts about winter season, in general and this years

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I mean that in an excellent way. Mainly.

Conversation questions: Write about winter season. If you d like, utilize any of the following concerns for motivation: What are you doing to get ready for the coming winter season, as a writer and in general? Are you anticipating it or are you fearing it (or both)? What are your biggest hopes and fears for the coming winter season? And how do you feel about winter season in basic? What are a few of your preferred winter memories? What has been your finest winter as an author, and why?

Todays timely is basic: Write about winter season. Whatever enters your mind.

Here are a few questions, if you require some inspiration:.

Im slowly working my method through my near-annual reread of among my preferred poems, James Hazards “The Snow Crazy Copybook,” a work that plunges me into a winter season state of mind.

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For numerous of us, 2020 cant disappear rapidly enough. I cant think of that the deep, dark days of January and February will feel much better than this year has.

Let me understand all of this and more listed below!

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And if you desire some more inspiration, here are a few early stanzas from James Hazards “The Snow Crazy Copybook”:

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The sound of small dry flakes, almost pellets,.

falling in a stand of cedars close by the shack.

made me odd today

In the cedars the dry flakes sounded like mice.

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My mind jumped inside me like a stung hand.

bites. Yipes! I do not wish to die here, is the.

thought that stung me

mice munching on parts of my body. They have.

In the shack I was half afraid, or more, to open.

been watching me from their sneaky corners.

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the door. I may find myself set out there,.

given that I got here

ears so excited in their sneaky corners? Is it me,.

Is that why I see their mouse eyes and mouse.

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not scraps from my table, they are awaiting?

If you d like, use any of the following questions for motivation: What are you doing to prepare for the coming winter, as a writer and in basic? What are your biggest hopes and fears for the coming winter? What has been your best winter as a writer, and why?

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What are you doing to prepare for the coming winter season, as an author and in general? What has been your best winter as a writer, and why?

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