Once again Brenda has come up with an enigmatic word prompt for week 38.
Here is a link to her article:
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-38
She includes beautiful quotes on the word prompt which you would love. Look inside the above link to find the word prompt.
She also highlights various fellow writers' responses to the previous word prompt for week 37, "Experiment" wonderfully.
I highly appreciate Brenda's hard work and of course, the writers' gorgeous responses to the previous prompt.
Rosina...thank you so much for posting this link.
It's great help to be able to keep track of everyone's writing for the word prompt.
I really appreciate your time doing this one.
Thank you Rosina for sharing another wonderful article by Brenda.
The new word prompt is interesting, and I am sure we will have responses, as colourful and different, as the ‘Rainbow’ colours.
Appreciate you Brenda, for your continued efforts for this word prompt series. Also, thanks for mentioning my response and sharing the links to the other wonderful responses by fellow writers.
Thank you to both of you— Brenda and Rosina.
You are welcome.
Thanks for your kind words. I'm glad we are finding a way to keep this series alive.
Hopefully you can pen us something for Rainbow.
Have a wonderful day
I read Brenda’s wonderful article and prompt “rainbows.” Full of great information, videos, and links to our responses. Brenda is an asset to this community. Thank you for sharing the link, Rosina.
Thank you both, Rosina & John!
You have both uplifted me with your words of kindness.
Have a wonderful day
Rosina, Thank you very much for sharing the link to Brenda's new word prompt article. I loved the word "rainbow." That is an excellent word. I especially loved Alyssa Knight's quote, "Count your Rainbows, not your Thunderstorms." Thank you very much for providing the links to our articles, Bredz. I agree with John that you are an important part of our little wonderful community.
Blessings and Love
Awe...you are all being so sweet.
Thank you so much for brightening up my day.
That quote by Alyssa Knight was done when she was 12 years old...I wonder what her age is now.
I'm delighted you like the bew word...Rainbows.
Have a terrific day.!
Sending you hugs
Take a few moments to read Pamela Olgesby's response to Rainbows.
Here's John's wonderful hub in response to Brenda's word prompt 'Rainbows'
https://hubpages.com/literature/Why-Do- … t-Rainbows
Here's the link to the forum post I created where we can discuss about his beautiful poems/article: https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ohn-hansen
Great job Misbah! Thank you for sharing John's work.
I just finished reading your words and posted a link in the word prompt article.
I also posted my reply under Misbah's link to the forum.
Take a moment to read Misbah Sheikh's writing for Rainbows.
Umesh Chandra Bhatt's response to "Rainbows."
https://hubpages.com/literature/Good-Ti … -Challenge
Hello Umesh Ji!
A wonderful response to the word prompt, Rainbow. I liked both your poems. You describe the beauty and occurrence of the rainbows very nicely. The acrostic poem is well crafted as well.
Thank you for sharing.
And, thank you John, for sharing this link.
Thanks John for posting Umesh's response for Rainbows.
Umesh...I'll be posting it in the word prompt article & creating a forum if there isn't one.
Take a few minutes to read Vidya D Sagar's work on the word prompt.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Ra … pt-Week-38
Take tine to read Vanita Thakkar's response to Rainbow
Vanita Thakkar has written us another poem for Week 38 ~ Rainbow.
I'll post a forum for discussion if no one else has.
Take a few moments to read Alyssa Nichol's writing
Alyssa has composed a nice poem on the appearance and disappearance of the rainbow. In our lives many things are like that only. Brenda, thanks for sharing.
by Rosina S Khan 15 months ago
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-37I look forward to the writers' responses with...
by John Hansen 14 months ago
Please read Brenda’s word prompt for this week “Forgiveness.”https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-46Great job, Brenda. This should inspire some interesting responses. Thank you for the write up on my “snowflake” article as well.
by John Hansen 8 months ago
Here is Brenda’s eagerly awaited Word Prompt for the week: Happy.https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-54What a great word, especially in response to Misbah’s recent forum post. I also loved the videos included with the article, Brenda…great inspiration and tips for the writer.
by Ravi Rajan 11 days ago
Brenda is again back with her week 62 prompt, "Problem."Interestingly the word "problem" originated from mathematics and was used by the ancient Babylonians more than 5000 years ago for solving mathematical puzzles. Later on, the term was expanded to cover all other types of...
by Rosina S Khan 3 weeks ago
A wonderful presentation of your word prompt article for week 60, Brenda. I loved it. My heart goes out to all the people who were affected or lost their lives due to bad snow storms or other severe weather conditions. Hope everyone including you will take the precautions to stay safe and sound....
by Misbah Sheikh 14 months ago
Please take some time to read Brenda's new article on word prompt for some reason the article didn't appear in the feed. Here's the link: https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-43Thank you so much for sharing another interesting word prompt, Bredz.
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