Brenda has come up with a word prompt for week 47. Here you can find it from the following link:
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-47
Like before, she gives beautiful quotes on the current prompt and creative highlights of the responses based on the previous prompt, "Forgiveness." Have a look at the above link.
An engaging read through your well written article. It’s sad to know that so many people are adversely affected, in so many ways, due to this Pandemic. We can just pray, for this to end sooner.
I enjoyed reading the responses of the fellow writers for the previous word prompt. Thank you so much for mentioning my response. Much appreciated.
Treasure, sounds interesting and I am looking forward to reading some excellent creative pieces of writing.
Thank you for all your efforts to continue this series, in spite of so many odds.
Thank you Rosina, and best wishes to both of you.
You are welcome & thank you for your sweet words.
I'm so glad that I'm able to continue writing this word prompt.
Believe it or not...it is a welcome distraction. It helps me to keep my head on straight.
Take care & have a great week.
Thank you for sharing our newest word prompt series.
I appreciate all your kind words.
Have a great day.
Treasure should certainly inspire some interesting response. A wonderful article, Brenda. It is terrible to see businesses having to reduce hours and close due to staff shortages due to COVID. It is the same here.
Thank you for sharing, Rosina.
I can't wait to see what you write for this one.
Maybe a buried treasure?
It's sad to see businesses closing their doors, especially since it's not the government shutting them down like last time.
Have a great week.
You have chosen another interesting word prompt. for week #47, Brenda. I enjoyed reading everything you wrote. There were so many excellent responses last week, and you did an excellent job with your reviews.
This pandemic has sure impacted businesses in your area and many other areas as well.
I am not sure I will complete this week either as recovery is moving slowly.
Thanks for posting Brenda's article, Rosina.
Last week was certainly packed with wonderful responses. I wasn't disappointed.
I miss reading yours, but your health certainly comes first.
Just concentrate on healing and gaining your strength back.
Have a great week.
For some Odd Reason...
I'm Not Getting My Notifications for this one...
So if I'm late responding that's why...
Treasure should spark some creative entries! It is so sad how Covid is impacting our economy. Many hospitals are once again at capacity. All we can hope is that people take precautions and that we come out of this sooner rather than later.
I hope Pamela feels better soon!
Thanks Rosina for sharing Brenda's work with us. Take care everyone!
Well today I took Ron's truck to EZ Oil Change hoping to get the oil changed....
But I was greeted with another sign.
Hoping to be back on Monday...so there's another one.
I sure hope this little town of mine wakes up before it's too late.
Take a few moments to read Diana L Pierce work on Treasure
To discuss go here
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … s-the-word
Take time to read Andrea Lawrence's writing on Treasure....
This is her first response to our word prompt series.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Treasur … ges-Prompt
For discussion go to
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … --treasure
Another excellent word prompt, Bredz. I think the word 'treasure' will inspire some very intriguing and beautiful responses. Thank you so much for sharing.
Thank you so much, Rosina, for sharing Brenda's article on forums.
Blessings and Love to both of you!!
It might be interesting.
I hope you are finding peace & comfort.
Take time to read John Hansen's work on Treasure.
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ost4224816
Read Nithya Venkat's response for Treasure
https://hubpages.com/literature/Treasur … ts-of-Life
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ts-of-life
Here is Brenda's take on the prompt, "Treasure":
For discussion go to:
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … da-arledge
Thank you Rosina!
Sending hugs your way!
Thank you so much for jumping in and posting things for us to read and discuss.
You are a treasure.
John Hansen had written us an excerpt from his short story on Treasure...
He's written a few more words & I think you'll love reading it.
https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Tre … hort-Story
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ohn-hansen
Take time to read Vidya D Sagar's writing on Treasure & Sand.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Tr … pt-Week-47
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … the-beach-
Take time to read Alyssa Nichol's creative words on Treasure.
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … --treasure
by Rosina S Khan 13 months ago
Here comes the moment to grab week 48 word prompt by Brenda. Find out for yourself this marvelous one from the link below:https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … ty-Week-48She has highlighted beautifully both new as well as evergreen fellow writers' responses based on the previous prompt,...
by Rosina S Khan 14 months ago
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by John Hansen 13 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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