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Weekly Writing Prompt #60 – Weave

A word prompt to get your creativity flowing this weekend.  How you use the prompt is up to you.  Write a piece of flash fiction, a poem, a chapter for your novel…anything you like.  Or take the challenge below – there are no prizes – it’s not a competition but rather a fun writing exercise.  If you want to share what you come up with, please leave a link to it in the comments, right here.

Word Prompt

Weave

Challenge

You weave your way into my life

Resistance is futile

Through your magical words

You have created a beautiful motif

Like a master with his loom

 

42 thoughts on “Weekly Writing Prompt #60 – Weave

  1. Q,

    This is outrageously sublime! Apologies but there is no subtle reply in me for how very beautiful and strong this is.

    You’re a poet and you don’t even know it! Yet . . .

    But I am sure yours truly, as well as many other adoring fans, will be impressing upon you to make this a regular thing. Because it’s just . . wowza-palooza! You have me verklempt!

    Hope I made some sense in this comment, but if not, just know I love it and that I will nudge you to do more of this. Much more of this.

    Peace and Plath

    • B,

      I am now speechless – which is not an easy thing to achieve…

      Definitely don’t know it! Am a neophyte, at best…

      So, what you’re saying is I should attempt this type of writing again?

      Nudge away. I think it’s good to be encouraged to push one’s boundaries…

      Peace and Poetry Attempts

  2. Apart from I’d object to the master at his loom (women were the first weavers, but that’s me being pedantic), I do like how you’ve woven the imagery of weaving with that of what might be romance ( though not necessarily, except neither a new baby nor a pet would have magical words)

  3. Not only do I like it, I think this is one of your best writings.

    PS: I see someone has been visiting here without commenting. Guess we shouldn’t talk about her.

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