Brenda has a new word prompt for week 37. Each one of them per week is so unique. I love all her word prompt choices. This week too the word prompt is a great one.
Here is a link to her article:
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-37
I look forward to the writers' responses with enthusiasm and interest, as always. Look inside her article to find out the new word prompt and be amazed!
You will also find Brenda's analyses of the writers' responses to the previous week's word prompt, "Strength."
Thank you Rosina, for sharing Brenda's word prompt article.
Brenda-- Excellent and thoughtful points in your article. I liked the new prompt, Experiment. Sounds interesting and it would be interesting to read, what the fellow writers create with this.
Thank you for mentioning my article, on 'strength'.
I liked the responses by the other writers also.
Thank you for your sincere and continued efforts with this series.
I've read John Haseen's "Strenght." Ii's a royal battle beween good and evil, God and Satan! At the end, God always trumph, disgracing many evil forces that's taking side against Him. John, God be praised! Your write is an honour and a witness to the God Israel. May through His word, this poem people fear. God and turn to Him.
This is an interesting word prompt. Experiments are always interesting actions as we are curious to know their results.
Let us wait for the results and responses to this one. Hope I would also be able to participate.
Thanks Rosina for the link.
I found this word prompt to be quite interesting. Experiment is a nice word and probably the one HP is performing right now
Thank you so much Rosina and Bredz
Love and Blessings to both of you!
Thank you for sharing this article.
It really helps to get the word prompt out there.
I'm glad you enjoy reading them all. Your enthusiasm shines through each week.
I'm glad you like this week's prompt and Thank you for an amazing article last week.
I look forward to reading whatever we all write for this one.
Have a great day
I hope your muse sends you on a great journey of writing for this one.
It should be most interesting.
I think everyone will have a different interpretation.
Have a great day.
What HP is currently doing does feel like a giant experiment.
We are the pawns so to say...hopefully we'll be crowned Kings & Queens at the end.
Have a great day.
I look forward to reading everyone's work this week.
Remember to send them to me via email and then I will post a forum on them or let you know my reply through a forum if one is started.
We managed last week, so We can do it again this week.
Rosina thank you for sharing Brenda’s word prompt so we cam comment. Brenda, “experiment” should elicit some interesting responses. Thank you for mentioning my contribution to the previous prompt.
I read Brittany Benko’s response. It is excellent. https://hubpages.com/literature/Word-Ch … imentation
Bittany Benko has written a response to word prompt.
I will post a forum for you to discuss.
Here is a link to her work.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Word-Ch … imentation
I haven't read it yet.
Although I have yet to participate in Brenda's word prompts, it is fun to read the articles of all who do participate. I am sure that there will be some excellent ones this week!
Thanks Rosina for sharing Brenda's article. Thanks Brenda for all the efforts you put in, to encourage us in our writing journey. This week's prompt is great too. It is a bit challenging, but I am sure our Hubber friends will come up with awesome responses this time also. I am eager to read the creative work of our friends. Thanks for mentioning my last week's poem. I am glad you liked it. I agree with you on reading and rereading our work. I do that all the time and have made many changes which I felt would improve the article. The videos that you have shared in the article are also great. Have a great weekend dear friends.
I'm trying to put one together for this week's prompt, but it's not coming too easily.
I will get there though.
I'm glad you enjoy reading and writing.
It seemszafter we let those words simmer a bit...we always have a few changes.
Here is Brenda’s own response to the word prompt. https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Experiment-Design
Both poems are an excellent example of how to use the word ‘experiment. The one about the “placebo effect” in particular is a good read, and the a rustic also well done.
I was having trouble with this prompt, but I can feel an idea forming.
Thank you John for posting this one.
I usually write more than I did, but I decided to go ahead and post what I had written.
I'm glad you enjoyed the one on the placebo effect.
So happy to hear you feel an idea sparking.
Have a great weekend.
I loved reading your own response to 'experiments.' Both the poems are well expressed. The reference to the Placebo effect is interesting.
A wonderful response indeed. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you John, for sharing the link. I had missed it earlier.
Thank you, John for posting Brenda's response to her own word prompt.
Brenda, I loved both your poems including the acrostic one but like John, I find the poem about "Placebo Effect" more alluring and interesting.
Enjoyed your poetry thoroughly like a breath of fresh air this morning. Thank you for sharing.
I enjoyed both of your poems, Bredz. It is a very good response to the word prompt, Experiment. I also liked the quotes. Albert Einstein's quote is one of my favorites. I think I should also experiment with writing on something related to the word experiment.
Thank you very much, John, for posting the link to Brenda's work, and thank you so much, Bredz, for sharing this beautiful piece of writing.
Blessings to both of you!!
That gives me that sliver of hope to keep going.
So glad you liked it & I hope your experiment works.
I'll look forward to reading it when you are done.
Hugs across the universe.
Here is John Hansen's response to the prompt:
His poem about Experiments is inspired by the renowned writer, Mr Robert "Louis" Stevenson's work. Have an amazing read over the above link. I found it very dazzling awesome.
He also has a bonus poem, "The Alchemist" which is a humorous poem inspired by the book title "The Alchemist" from his Off the Shelf series. You will find it inside the above line. Make it a point to read it too (if you have not already) and feel enlightened and joyous.
I enjoyed reading John's response to the prompt "Experiment." It's always a delight to read John's beautiful poems. I enjoyed reading the poem written in response to Brenda's prompt as well as the previous one (Thank you for this treat, John ). Wonderful Job as always.
Thank you very much, Rosina, for sharing the link to John's fantastic hub, and thank you so much, John, for sharing your excellent piece of writing.
Blessings to everyone!
Thank you so much for sharing my response, Rosina. I really appreciate your generous comment and am happy you enjoyed both poems.
Thanks Rosina for sharing John's piece for the word prompt.
He does an excellent Job showing us how Mr. Hyde came to be and that cure for baldness is one that would make someone rich.
Here is Misbah’s amazing response advising us to treat our lives like an experiment. If something goes wrong we shouldn’t stress and feel like a failure, but just do things a little differently and try again.
I need to print this and pin it somewhere for regular reference.
https://hubpages.com/education/Life-is- … Chocolates
Great job, Misbah.
Awww... this is such a sweet and heartwarming comment, John. Thank you so much for reading my work and sharing the link to my article. I'm so glad you enjoyed it. Much Gratitude, Dear Friend.
Sending lots of Blessings to you!!
This is an excellent write for this word prompt.
I will post a link in the word prompt article & if there's not forum yet, I'll post one.
I'm gonna head to my lab now...
Gotta try a few new experiments.
Bredz, thank you very much for your very kind words. I'm glad you liked it!
Best wishes for all of your experiments.
Blessings and Love to you!!
This is an inspiring article, and a great response to the word prompt, Experiment.
Thank you for the words of reassurance, Misbah.
An excellent read.
Thank you for sharing.
And, thanks for sharing this in the forum, John.
I'm with John. We need to jeep this one for future reference.
Thank you so much for your very kind comment, Chitra Di. I am glad you enjoyed it.
Blessings to you!!
Here's Chitra Di's wonderful response to Brenda's word prompt 'Experiment'
Chitra Di, Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful piece of writing. I enjoyed reading it.
Chitrangada’s article is wonderful response to the word prompt ‘experiment.’ Both the poem and the commentary about teaching.
I loved your writing on this one.
Especially the Acrostic poem.
You conveyed experiment perfectly with your words.
I posted a seperate forum for it here.
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … experiment
And I will post a linknin the wird prompt article.
Have I missed anyone's writing this week...prompt is Experiment.
Let me know..thank you.
Vidya D Sagar has written us a cute response for the word prompt.
After working hard to make truffles...her & her granddaughter don't even get to taste one of them.
They get a note instead.
Take a moment to read her work.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-A- … pt-Week-37
Vidya’s article and poem are so cute…unfortunate end to the watermelon truffles. They must have been delicious.
This is so sweet!
The truffles must have been really delicious, and it was enjoyed by someone, although not by the grandmom, and the grand daughter.
Lovely response Vidya ji, and that reminds me of the many kitchen experiments, I had done in my younger days.
Thank you Brenda, for sharing the link.
Thanks Brenda for sharing my poem article. I am glad you liked it. Thanks John. I tried to include some humor this time. But I think it came out as a little sad at the end though. I will try to do better next time.
Thanks Chitrangada. Yes I used to do a lot of kitchen experiments with my grandma too. She was an amazing cook and used to prepare nice delicacies. We would have fun trying out new recipes.
Here ia a link to Vellur (Nithya’s) wonderful response, telling us that our lives are a constant experiment:
https://hubpages.com/literature/Experim … -All-About
I enjoyed reading Nithya's work on Experiment.
Life is like a maze. We experiment along the way & find our path.
Take time to read this story by Umesh Chandra Bhatt.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Strange … -Challenge
It is definitely a strange experiment by two scientists set in the future....but only one really remains in the end.
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