Daniel Conway Today’s prompt is tired surrender. Here are some topics to contemplate. You are not limited to my suggestions. All forms of expression are accepted. Sleep Death Acceptance Forgiveness Acknowledging defeat Decomposition Duty Pampering AdvertisementShare this:TwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
27 thoughts on “Prompt 42 Tired Surrender”
This is my first time so hopefully I’ve done this right 🙂 I hope I’ve linked to an entry about a spontaneous nap, and how I now keep the sabbath (a day of rest) as an adult–by saying Yes to all I really want to say yes to, and No to everything else.
You did everything right Heather and thank you for joining us!
Just love a prompt that allows me to go all spiritual/mystical, LOL!! 🙂 🙂
Outstanding Helen wow!
I think I have the maybe beginning and the potential end to the novella — now to figure out how many chapters in toto. You mentioned 24 prompts initially that you had mapped out. Guess I do have a few more chapters to go.
Did I say 24 or 20? How many have I done I am so disorganized. I can do 24 if you need more I will just add some haha
You probably said 20! I’ll check and see my first “chapter” prompt #. But, you are under NO obligation to follow a preconceived plan!
“This week’s prompt is one of a series I have planned but no worries I will not be asking you to produce a cohesive story/novel utilizing the prompts. If, however, you would like to use the prompts to create a story please feel free to do so. There will be 20 prompts in this series (including this one).” is from Jan. 5, prompt 37. We just did prompt 42. Is this any help?
I got it now thanks =) I am so excited that you are doing a story!
PS: I’m there twice. I tired to delete the first one which was linked to another post, not the Tired Surrender one. Click the 2nd and you will be taken to the correct post. I’m in an Ooops kinda day.
I did the same thing last week so now worries lol
hey friend! working on this one right now. and i finally made some time to update a link list of poetry challenges on my blog so i added yours (of course). hopefully my other poet friends will find it and partake in your weekly challenges too!
i’ll be back in a bit with a poem! 🙂
Can’t wait to read it Stacy =)
Oh I love this!!! So much to write…so much to choose from. I may explore my dark side for this on.
OOOoh I am excited to see what you come up with Oliana =)
You are so sweet!! I am so glad I saw your blog as a recommendation from Tim Therien:)
This was fun in a goth way:) http://tracesofthesoul.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/bittersweet-surrender/
=) off to read now
Me too because that led me to your blog =)
🙂 I just did a draft but oh my may have to scrapt it…way too dark. I’ll sleep on it.
I understand Oliana I will look forward to reading it sweet dreams