Space — Reena Saxena

I don’t know why my parents filed annual report cards from school, certificates for extracurricular activities, photographs clicked ceremoniously on birthdays. I added peacock feathers, pressed leaves between pages, toys, diaries and books for keepsake. I plan to clean the attic today. I need space for my grown-up self. https://sammiscribbles.wordpress.com/2020/04/04/weekend-writing-prompt-151-keepsake/

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Discover Prompts, Day 4: Street

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Welcome to Discover Prompts! Throughout April, we’re sharing a daily prompt to help you keep or regain your writing rhythm. Not sure how to participate? Read on.


A street can be many things: leafy, bustling, hidden, cobblestoned, winding. Which one will you write about today?

Ready to roll? All you need to do is…

  • Write a new post on your site in response to the prompt.
  • Tag your post with Discover Prompts and click Publish.
  • Head to the Reader to engage with other participants’ posts.

Need more ideas? Not sure what to write around Street?

  • Describe the street you live on today as if it were a person.
  • If your community has been under a form of lockdown in recent weeks, write about the thing you miss the most about the streets in your neighborhood.
  • If your window overlooks a street, snap a photo of it, and post…

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Seared Chicken Quarters with Random Fridge Veggies — Fun Foodie Family- — My Meals are on Wheels

Hey everyone! I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy out there. Crazy times. We are trying to be creative over here with the food we already have in the fridge, pantry, and freezer. The hubby is the grocery guy as of late. I do miss going, but he already has to go out for […] […]

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FOWC with Fandango — Tonight

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FOWCWelcome to April 4, 2020 and to Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (aka, FOWC). It’s designed to fill the void after WordPress bailed on its daily one-word prompt.

I will be posting each day’s word just after midnight Pacific Time (US).

Today’s word is “tonight.”

Write a post using that word. It can be prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction. It can be any length. It can be just a picture or a drawing if you want. No holds barred, so to speak.

Once you are done, tag your post with #FOWC and create a pingback to this post if you are on WordPress. Or you can simply include a link to your post in the comments.

The issue with pingbacks not showing up seems to have been resolved, but you might check to confirm that your pingback is there. If not, please manually add your link in the comments.

  1. And be sure to…

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Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park: Google Virtual Tour — National Parks USA

Welcome back to National Parks & other public lands with T! Google Arts and Culture has five interactive virtual National Park tours to explore while you are sheltering in place, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This footage looks to have been produced before the 2018 eruption which closed off certain areas of the park and…

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Saturday Mix – Rhyme Time, 4 April 2020

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Welcome to the Saturday Mix, 4 April 2020!

This week we are “writing away, and having a play, with rhyming words for you today” with Rhyme Time.

‘Rhyme Time’ focuses on the use of rhyme to build your writing piece. You will be given six rhyming words* and need to use all of them (but not limited to these) in your response, which should be a poetry form of your choice.

*Homophones can be used as alternatives to the challenge words.

Our rhyming words this week are:

  1. wire
  2. dire
  3. fire
  4. mire
  5. tyre (or tire)
  6. quire (or choir)

You may be thinking to yourself, How can I use rhyme in my writing?
Luckily, Kat at Literary Devices, has some examples for you.

Examples of Rhyme in Poetry
A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounding words, occurring at the end of lines in poems or songs. A rhyme is…

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