Tag Archive: writing prompt

Poems for People (Part 1)

In celebration of the National Arts Month and Valentine’s Day, I asked my friends to help me love better what I’ve always loved most: poetry. The game’s pretty simple: give me a word… Continue reading

I’d Still Love You in the Morning

Writing Prompt from 642 Tiny Things to Write About by the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto: “You’re divorcing your spouse. Rewrite your wedding vows.” I honestly don’t think I’ll ever want to change anything.… Continue reading

That Place Called Artsy Cafe

Today I went to Wonderland. Or at least it felt like it. There was no Mad Hatter or Cheshire Cat or Queen of Hearts or whatnot. But then there’s two of my most favorite… Continue reading

On Dreams and Realities

When I was five I wanted to become a princess— the kind of princess who lives in a faraway kingdom, always in between that proverbial once upon a time and happily ever after.… Continue reading

When I Grew Up

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Every child has been asked this question countless of times and I was no exception. I remember having different answers with innocent reasons.… Continue reading

For the Love of Writing

For the love of writing, I die. It happens like this. When I’m in the middle of watching a great movie or reading an awesome book or when it’s freaking 2AM and I… Continue reading