Brenda has come up with an awesome word prompt for week 39. Let's see how the writers' muses work with this one. I am excited to read their responses.
Here is the link to her article:
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-39
I welcome you all to find the new word prompt from the above link. Also, you will find her interesting highlights on the writers' responses to the previous prompt, "Rainbows."
Thank you for sharing Brenda’s latest article and word prompt “anxiety” in this forum, Rosina. Another great article as always, Brenda. You always have me guessing what the next week’s word will be, but I haven’t guessed right yet lol. This may prompt some slightly darker responses than “rainbows” did.
Interesting word prompt this week too Brenda. Curious about the responses. I am glad you liked my poem on rainbows and hope my muse comes up with something nice for this word prompt. Thanks Rosina for sharing the link.
Thank you very much for sharing Brenda's new word prompt article with us, Rosina. I guess this is my favorite word, Bredz. I've previously written so much on anxiety that I believe anxiety now hates me. I've just said my goodbyes, and you're welcoming her back. LOL!
Sending Love and Blessings
I did remember when I was almost finished writing this one that you had written one about a letter you wrote to your anxiety.
Your work should be easy this week.
Sorry I'm bringing it back, but at least you'll know you are totally done with her.
Have a great Thanksgiving & try to let that anxiety disappear.
Enjoy the day & the food.
Anxiety is an interesting topic. Let us try to respond. All the best.
Please take some time to read John's wonderful response to the word prompt:
https://hubpages.com/health/Anxiety-and … ep-Sisters
Here's the link to forum post for discussion: https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ohn-hansen
Please read this very good in-depth response from Gianella Labrador.
So beautiful! Thank you for sharing, John
Her words clearly describe how one feels as he begins to deal with anxiety.
This is so nice a poem by Gianella covering anxiety in such details!
Please take some time to read Sir Umesh's beautiful response to the word prompt, Anxiety.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Anxiety … -Challenge
Here's the link to the forum post for discussion: https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ndra-bhatt
Take a few moments to read Abby Slutsky's writing on Anxiety.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Have-Yo … of-Popcorn
Pamela Oglesby has written a response to Anxiety.
Read her examples of moments when we suffer from anxiety.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Reasons … -and-Worry
Pamela’s wonderful collection of poems are three different examples of anxiety. A very interesting and enjoyable read. Thank you Pamela, and Brenda.
Very nice compilations by Pamela on so many situations of anxiety.
Here is Vidya’s excellent response to this prompt. Recommended reading:
https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-An … 39-Anxiety
Please read Misbah’s excellent response to the word prompt “Anxiety.” You give such great information and advice, Misbah. Great job.
https://hubpages.com/health/Anxiety-not … an-emotion
John, thank you so much for your very kind words. So glad you enjoyed it.
Lots of Blessings to you, dear friend
John & Misbah...
I just finished reading this one.
Misbah does an excellent job writing this piece & including the other 2 links for it as well.
All of them are great. I love anxiety letters.
I posted my comment on the other link in the forum.
Thanks John for sharing this one & thanks Misbah for sending me an email.
Misbah, I like the categories of anxieties and tips on how keep them under control in your article. I like your poem as well. Many a time we misunderstand someone when all he is going through is anxiety. Thank you for your response to the prompt, which is brilliant.
Thank you, John, for posting her article.
Read everyone's work ~ listed at the end.
Please let me know if I overlooked anyone's article.
Week 39 ~ Anxiety
Read the responses & learn how to manage anxiety.
Write a little piece. Make it funny or sad...we like to read.
Alyssa has written us a piece on Anxiety.
Be sure to read it:
I read your work and then forgot to post it.
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … 9--anxiety
I didn't see it posted on forum yet...so hopefully no one else has posted.
I loved your poem, Umesh! It was a journey I think many can relate to.
Gianella, your words are absolutely beautiful and I love your message!
And Abby, your story had me on the edge of my seat, heart pounding in my chest. I breathed a wonderful sigh of relief, as I'm sure others did, toward the end.
Pamela, I always love reading your creative writing. Your poems are lovely, but that last one had me in tearing up. Well done my sweet friend!
by Rosina S Khan 13 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 Rosina S Khan 12 months ago
Waiting for a new word prompt from Brenda? I guess so. Here is the link:https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-45You will find amazing quotes too to give you deep insights and also interesting highlights of fellow writers' pieces based on the previous prompt, "Patience."
by Ravi Rajan 2 days ago
Brenda has written some deep musings here, which are pretty thought-provoking. Also, she shares an exciting word prompt, "Purpose," which can be interpreted and dissected in diverse ways. Thanks, Brenda, for giving another stimulation for the "little grey cells," as Hercule...
by John Hansen 2 days ago
Here is Brenda's eagerly awaited word prompt for Week 61https://hubpages.com/literature/Word-Pr … ty-Week-61Another excellent article Brenda, and this week's word prompt is a very interesting one.
by Ravi Rajan 3 months ago
Brenda has shared a very interesting word prompt for this week, "Nothing."I am sure, as the earlier ones, this word would also stimulate the creativity of our hubbers and result in some incredible creations. Thanks for sharing, Brenda.https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur …...
by John Hansen 12 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.
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