Tuesday, April 4, 2017

The Tuesday Platform


Hello Friends! It’s Tuesday, your unprompted free-range day of the week in the Imaginary Garden. Today, please share with us something old, something new, or your April 4 entry for NaPoWriMo. And then hop around to read what other pond-dwellers have shared.

For those who need a prompt today, or who just want to revel in NaPoWriMo, I offer this *optional* extra teensy-tiny challenge: The ink is black, the paper’s white… Write a 5-line poem containing three colors. And… Go!


Share * Read * Comment * Enjoy

18 comments:

Sanaa Rizvi said...

It was a fun challenge, Marian ❤️ I just posted my poem, I am at work.. will catch up on reading others when I come home. Happy Tuesday everyone ❤️

Kim Russell said...

I think I'd like to have a go at your prompt, Marian!

Marian said...

Good morning, Toads! Day 4!

Anonymous said...

I went teensy-tiny on this and a bit crazed ;)

Therisa's World said...

Hello everyone, am sharing an old poem that I wrote, as part of my trauma diary, on a peer support PTSD, about my anxiety/panic attacks feel like.

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Oh, that was fun! One never knows where these prompts will take one; the colours sparked a sweet, old memory.

~Rasz~ said...

So glad to be here! Since today was a free for all, I posted the poem that came to me this morning from yesterdays prompt. Is that okay or should I have posted it in yesterday's prompt? Thank you for hosting this! Rasz

~Rasz~ said...

Forgot to mention, you chose a great song which brought up teenage memories.

Timoteo said...

WHOA...DISASTER!

Anonymous said...

i posted one I wrote last night and edited this am....we'll see

Kerry O'Connor said...

No rules to what one posts today.. Anything goes.

Anonymous said...

can someone relay my comment here to Therisa, I can't get the comment form to work on the post/poem "Outside of the Genderbox" here is my comment: "seems like the people who get hurt the most in this closed-minded world of ours are the brightest stars, open minds and hearts and loving acceptance for all
beautiful; you remind me of my favorite quote by writer Ada Limon "It's hard to believe we were so hollowed out, so drained, only so we could shine a little harder when the light finally came."
Amy

angieinspired said...

these prompts are taking me in surprisingly dark directions. i was probably also influenced by the new book i'm reading...so it goes

Kerridwen said...

I linked to the poem I wrote using today's NaPo prompt. Gosh, I still feel so rusty though! Hopefully someone will like it :p

hyperCRYPTICal said...

Many thanks for the opportunity to link here.
Kind regards
Anna :o]

Susie Clevenger said...

I was prompted to write from one of my photos. Happy Tuesday and day 4 NaPoWriMo.

Outlawyer said...

Thanks, Marian. k.

Frank Hubeny said...

I added one about crows.