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I write a lot of my stories as serial stories using prompts. I have many different stories, the longest one is 50 parts if I am not mistaken. My current one is here and still in progress. You can use … Continue reading
I know a lot of you are writers following me, but not sure how many of you are horror writers. If you are looking for good horror prompts check out Laura Nettles Blog. She has only been writing horror short stories … Continue reading
This Tuesdays Poetry Challenge is for #synonymsonly lively birds sing life’s mysteries sweetly lull Colleens Rules: Tessa – Advocate for mental health and invisible illnesses New Author’s Website – http://www.tessadeanauthor.com Author – Old Writing – http://www.finallyawriter.com About my life – http://www.tessacandoit.com Author of a book, … Continue reading
by Teresa Smeigh December 2016 He was parched! The rotund man dragged His sore feet House to house. How scandalous people thought! He’d only asked for water. Three Word Wednesday.: 3WW Week No. 515 Parched, adjective: (bone) dry, dried … Continue reading
Kid’s Soccer – by Teresa Smeigh August 2016 Danny always warmed the bench. The coach didn’t think he was good enough to play with the others. Danny cried every game that he sat out and wished with all his heart … Continue reading
The Safe by Teresa Smeigh December 2016 Lurking about the safe, Combination in their hands, The alarms go off. Teresa (Tessa) Dean Smeigh -Advocate For Mental And Invisible Illnesses -Author Of Articles, Stories And Poems http://www.tessacandoit.com http://www.finallyawriter.com
by Teresa Smeigh December 2016 Hateful boys! Tearing gaping holes! Town’s gardens Ravished now Destroyed by non-thinking kids. Incorrigible. 3 Words Gaping, adjective: cavernous, yawning, wide, broad; vast, huge, enormous, immense, extensive. Hateful, adjective: detestable, horrible, horrid, unpleasant, awful, nasty, … Continue reading
The Jalopy by Teresa Smeigh December 2016 Apathy, Bashful, embarrassed. My clunker, A sore sight, To everyone’s eyes, ears. Banished from my sight! Three Word Wednesday.: 3WW Week No. 511 Apathy, noun: indifference, lack of interest, lack of enthusiasm, … Continue reading
The Dream by Teresa Smeigh December 2016 I’m wakeful. Unacceptable dreams scare me! I dreamed I was a vain woman in charge. I rule this country. 3 Words Unacceptable, adjective: intolerable, insufferable, unsatisfactory, inadmissible, inappropriate, unsuitable, undesirable, unreasonable, insupportable; offensive, … Continue reading
The Circus by Teresa Smeigh October 2016 The vapid showgirl shared a tent unwillingly with the bouncy clown! 3 Words Vapid, adjective: insipid, uninspired, colorless, uninteresting, feeble, flat, dull, boring, tedious, tired, unexciting, uninspiring, unimaginative, uninvolving, lifeless, tame, vacuous, bland, … Continue reading
Silver’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #5 SHAPES & HEART “Pleasing to My Eyes” by Teresa Smeigh October 2016 Shapes everywhere, Pleasing to the heart and eyes. Your mind absorbs them. Pleasing shapes available. For all to enjoy always.
Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #4 Passion & Cheer Depression by Teresa Smeigh October 2016 I’ve lost my passion. Where is my life full of cheer? Why must I be sad? Depression lowers spirit. Go away depression. Teresa (Tessa) Dean Smeigh -Advocate For … Continue reading
Limerick Challenge Week 42: Homonyms Rules: The prompt for this week is ‘Homonyms’. ***** My good shoes I have but two. I also have sneakers too. I am usually barefoot! I might walk through soot. It depends on where … Continue reading
Silver’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #3 Hope & Wait My Sweet Lover by Teresa Smeigh October 2016 I wait for my love. Our hope brings us together. Love is in the air. Come to me, my sweet lover. I have missed … Continue reading
Rhythm by Teresa Smeigh September 2016 Radiance! Lights up the night time! Rhythm plays, Voices rasp. Join in everyone now. Voices in rhythm! Three words: Radiance, noun: light, brightness, brilliance, luminosity, beams, rays, illumination, blaze, glow, gleam, luster, glare; luminescence, incandescence, joy, … Continue reading
Limerick Challenge Week 40: Fears Rules: The prompt for this week is ‘Fears’. Identify one thing that you fear, a phobia you hold and write a limerick based on that fear or about the ways that phobia secretly thrills you. ***** … Continue reading
Silver’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #1 Harvest & Moon Harvest Moon by Teresa Smeigh September 2016 The harvest moon shines. We sit around the camp fire. Reflective thinking Brings back summer memories. Looking forward to next spring.
Melodramatic by Teresa Smeigh September 2016 Kindly, lighthearted Encouraged, why must you be Melodramatic? Three words: Kindly, adjective: benevolent, kind, kindhearted, warm-hearted, generous, gentle, warm, good-natured, compassionate, caring, loving, benign, well meaning; helpful, thoughtful, considerate, good-hearted, nice, friendly, neighborly; adverb: benevolently, good-naturedly, … Continue reading
Irritability by Teresa Smeigh September 2016 Jarring sounds! Mood irritable! Infected, Others too. We are all irritable. Trying to change mood! Three words: Infected, verb: pass infection to, spread disease to, contaminate, contaminate, pollute, taint, foul, dirty, blight, damage, ruin; poison, affect, … Continue reading