|Imaginary Garden with Real Toads|
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A Word With Laurie, September 9, 2011
Herotomost's Challenge, July 10. 2014
Ella's Edge, September 28, 2011
Fireblossom Friday, February 28, 2014
Hedgewitch's Challenge, April 10, 2014
Get Listed! with Grapeling, May 7, 2015
Transforming Nature's Wonders with Hannah Gosselin, July 21, 2016
Sunday Mini Challenge with Brendan, April 29, 2017
Sunday Mini Challenge with Karin Gustafson, January 16, 2016
Sunday Mini Challenge with Kim Nelson, June 29, 2013
Mary's Mixed Bag, November 30, 2012
Susan Says, March 20, 2013
Fashion Me Your Words to Fold with Gillena Cox, February 25, 2017
Words Count with Mama Zen, September 10, 2015
Step Into the Void with Toni Spencer, September 6, 2018
Select one of these amazing challenges and write a new poem. This prompt is a the top of the home page until Tuesday, so please return to read more of the works linked up or to choose another prompt and write again!
I apologize for this prompt being a trifle late to air.. I seem to have set it for 12.30 by mistake.
Please take time to review these inspirational challenges, and choose one, or two, that you would like to write to.
Real Toads is a honeycomb of archived gold!
And... It's okay to mix them up. Please add a note so that we know which prompt you chose. happy writing.
Loved the prompt, Kerry!💖 I chose to combine two prompts i.e. Guest appearance by Kenia Santos and Sunday Mini-Challenge - Love after Love by Kim Nelson.😊
Great! Thanks for leading the way, Sanaa.
Thank you, Kerry. You are correct--the archive is a gift that keeps on prompting. I didn't have the easiest of times choosing one, and after I did (and wrote a poem for it), I ended up posting a different one. I suspect I will continue to use this list (and share them on Instagram).
For today, I chose Kim Nelson's prompt because I really liked the title.
Yes, I love Kim's title too.
What a wonderful fount of inspiration. I shall return! Thanks, Kerry.
This is such a cool thing to do, said the former Toad! ;-) It will be difficult to choose.
It is late here... so I wrote a short one for the Hedge's old prompt. Odilon Redon is one of my favorite artist to use for artwork in my poetry, but I still found a picture that I hadn't used
Nice challenge 'Oldie' list to choose from, Kerry. I chose "Sunday Mini Challenge with Karin Gustafson, January 16, 2016."
I had previously used it for my 'dealing with tall ladies' poem which some of you may have read.
I love the poem in Kim Nelson's prompt. Good idea to recycle prompts . Thank you for using one of mine. 😊
This whole Garden is a wealth of inspiration... all these wonderful years. I am sad, though, when I see a poet's blog has been deleted. I like reading the old poems as well..
I'll be back on Sunday to visit and comment here. I also have I also have last weekends challenge to finish up visiting and commenting. I also hope to get to Kenia Santos's challenge for the Tuesday Platform.
I am thrilled to see how many have enjoyed this weekend prompt.. I have so many ideas myself, which I am now trying to sort through. Definitely more than one poem on the cards.
I do not why but Linky is not working for me.
Hi Kerry and all- What a marvelous prompt. It will be hard to choose! It is indeed a treasure trove.
This was a walk down memory lane with so many choices. Thanks Kerry!
Love Kim Nelson's prompt...a little late but could not resist.
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