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-48
She has highlighted beautifully both new as well as evergreen fellow writers' responses based on the previous prompt, "Treasure". Feel free to go through the link above and immerse in beautiful quotes on the current word prompt.
Thank you so much Rosina for posting our word prompt.
Enjoy your day.
Great article Brenda!
I enjoyed reading your thoughts about Inspiration, and the new word prompt, Sand.
It’s good to see some new entrants to this wonderful series. All impressive responses, and I liked all of them.
Looking forward to read great write ups for this prompt also.
Thank you and good day.
Thank you Rosina, for sharing this in the forum.
I'm glad you enjoyed that write up on inspiration.
I try to show what inspires me...just maybe it will work for others too.
Have a great day.
Thank you so much for sharing another interesting word prompt, Bredz. Sand is a nice word, what about ‘ Sandman . . . He never comes to see me’
I enjoyed reading everyone’s response on the previous prompt.
Rosina, thank you so much for sharing the link to Brenda’s hub and for creating this forum discussion:)
Blessings and Love as always!
I wish he would come see me sometimes too.
Just show me how he uses that sand to put me to sleep...maybe I can invent something for those nights he's running a bit late.
Thanks for sending the Sandman my way last night.
Do you think you can do it twice in a row?
Sand? Hmm, I would never have guessed that in a million years This should test the writers out there. Good one Brenda.
I'm telling you...my mind works in the strangest ways.
But Sand...it's been here for a million years. Actually alot longer.
I wonder what everyone's muse will conjure up.
I'm sure we'll see the beach, but I'm hoping for something a bit deeper.
Of course, I'm hoping I can find time to write on this one too, but it might end up being a simple one like putting my toes in the sand by the ocean.
Have a great week.
This is another interesting article, Brenda. I think sand is an interesting word, and it will elicit some good responses. The Sandman has not come by way either. LOL!
That makes me wonder where Mr. Sandman is lingering.
Maybe he's tired of dealing with Covid too & took a vacation.
Sure wish he would've trained someone to take his place.
Sand...it's been around for a long time. I'm hoping will get some interesting writes.
Enjoy your day.
Take time to read Chitrangada Sharan's work on Sand.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Sand-an … nship-Poem
For discussion: https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ada-sharan
Read Vidya D Sagar's work on the word prompts Treasure & Sand.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Tr … pt-Week-47
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … the-beach-
Take time to read John Hansen's writings on Sand.
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … Collection
For discussion: https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … ohn-hansen
All three poems on sand deliver deep thoughts for reflection, yet we still mange to experience the playground mood in "Why God Created Beaches." Your work always holds the readers' interest. Thanks, John. Thanks, Brenda.
Thanks Ms Dora...
John delivered us a few great poems on Sand.
I'm so glad you took the time to read them.
And what an impact Brenda has made on this writing community. You have been the cause of many poems which bring pleasure especially to those who admire and enjoy more than create. We're inspired! Thank you.
Please take some time to read Castepaloma's article. He posted the link to his article on Brenda's forum at my request, but I'm sharing it here so that everyone can read and comment on it. Although it is an old hub, it is about sand and thus fits well for Brenda's word prompt 'sand.'
Here is the link to his article: https://hubpages.com/business/Cosmic-Sand-Gypsy
Here’s the link to the forum discussion: https://hubpages.com/art/forum/354395/c … astepaloma
Sand sculpturing is his profession so let's know something about him, his daughter and arts.
Thank you so much!!
I'm busy right now.
But I will get to reading it soon.
Hey gal...thanks for encouraging Castlepaloma...
I think he's got alot of talent he can share.
I'm dead tired...and need a bit of rest.
I'll get back with you all later or tomorrow.
Take a few moments to read Castlepaloma's contribution to our word prompt for Sand.
For discussion: https://hubpages.com/art/forum/354395/c … ost4226630
I think he needs a bit of encouragement to start sharing his work with us...so send him a message or comment on this one.
Take time to read Diana L Pierce's work on Sand.
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … hourglass-
Post those words for here...but as a link with your article
Take time to read Rozlin Mohsin's work where she combines a Blitz poem with the word prompt Sand.
https://hubpages.com/literature/Sand-Yo … Blitz-Poem
Take time to read Umesh Chandra Bhatt's story on a Sandcastle....
https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Sto … -Challenge
https://hubpages.com/literature/forum/3 … dra-bhatt-
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