Each day, we tweet fiction and poetry writing prompts to help writers loosen up and let loose. Get started with the prompts below! Follow us on twitter (@tatestreetorg) to be inspired daily, or subscribe to the blog to get a digest of the prompts every Sunday!
Monday: Write a 5-line poem on a piece of fruit without using the fruit’s name.
Tuesday: Today’s haiku–focus on your relationship with transportation.
Wednesday: Tell a story with only one word on a single line. No more than 15 lines
Thursday: In today’s poem, reflect on the places you were a year ago today.
Friday: In honor of her new book, “The Bones Below,” we’re gathering sparks from Sierra DeMulder’s “The Unrequited Love Poem”
Saturday: Write a poem using the words “beach, shop, well, politician, and giraffe.”
Sunday: write a lullaby to call bak the lost boys in Neverland
Monday: In 500 words, profile a fictitious motivational speaker.
Tuesday: Describe a child’s first experience crawling from a first person perspective.
Wednesday: It’s one in the morning and you wake up trapped in a department store. What do you do?
Thursday: Take 300 words to describe the space in which your story develops.
Friday: It’s Flash Fiction Friday! Take 300 words to tell a story based on this photo: