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Today’s online writing groups’ poetry and story exercises: 28 May 2014

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Every weekday I post a set of poetry prompts on poetrywritinggroup.wordpress.com and a set of story prompts on the scriptnovel and short story blogs (and poems, script / novel extracts, stories at the weekends, when I get them). As you’ll see by the headings, you’ve missed a few but they’re listed on the relevant group’s Exercises page so you can always find them there…

Poetry Writing Exercises 363: Wednesday 28th May

Here are your four poetry exercises for today. Time yourself for 15 minutes for each one, then either have a break or move on to the next one.

363 bridge 2 673197You can do them in any order.

  1. Keywords: true, all, particular, especially, nested
  2. Random: a common event
  3. Picture: what does this inspire?
  4. Sentence start: First of all…

Have fun, and if you would like to, do paste your writing in the comment boxes below so we can see how you got on! Remember though…

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