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Weekend Writing Prompt #104 – Meander

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.  Shoot! Forgot to thank Sammi for hosting!

Word Prompt

Meander

Challenge

 

I could not help but remember one particular day when I was in Siena and got unbelievably lost.  One wrong turn and you are way not where you think you are!  Needless to say, I meandered more than my share.  Didn’t have a Fitbit at the time, but my phone said I clocked in more than 30K steps!

Walked up this street

Then down this other

Stepped to the side

Then up another

 

I have no fear

I am not lost

I turned to the left

This one I crossed?

 

Back to the right

I’ll find my way

I’ve meandered far

Have I gone astray?

 

 

 

131 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Prompt #104 – Meander

  1. Q,

    Meandering is the human condition, after all. We ain’t really got a destination, even when we think we do. We’re meandering, to that place we think we know or to a place we want to visit.

    You cracked the code with this one. 🙂

    B

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  2. You weren’t scared really? I sometimes feel uneasy if I get lost… trying to feel more comfortable with that uncertainty. It’s kooky, too, because I have a really good sense of direction. Enigma!

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  3. How fun and the BEST way to tour new places and enjoy one’s own neighborhood. I do love wandering about! Now, please do not go astray … 😉 And if you feel yourself at risk of ‘astraying’ … give a holler so we can set you back on a non-astray path … 😉
    XOXO

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