Sometimes you get the itch to write, you sit down at the keyboard, hands poised, fingers ready… and nothing comes out. That’s where we come in, with a prompt to scratch that itch, and get the words started. You’ll find, I think, that once you have the fingers warmed up with a prompt, the rest of it will begin to flow. It’s priming the mental pump.
|Cedar Sanderson||Ice coffee goes down easier than hot||Padre|
|AC Young||“Well done, good and faithful servant.”||Cedar Sanderson|
|Fiona Grey||“What do you mean, I’ve been upgraded to a hurricane?”||Leigh Kimmel|
|Padre||The setting sun painted a golden road across the water.||Becky Jones|
|Becky Jones||What exactly *is* a moonage daydream?||nother Mike|
|Leigh Kimmel||Song “Wooden Ships” Crosby, Stilles and Nash version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q3j-i7GLr0 Jefferson Airplane version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIccZsURyLc||AC Young|
|nother Mike||When you wish upon a star…||Fiona Grey|
If you’d run dry without warning, and didn’t send in a prompt to oddprompts at gmail dot com, then we have spares for you to use. Let’s draw up the wellspring of your imagination and see what splashes out!
|Spare||The servos whined as they moved the mouse, whose beady eyes glinted red in the diode lights|
|Spare||“We will meet again.”|
|Spare||The honor and duty preserve the legend.|
|Spare||“I didn’t think the unicorns were the type to pack up and leave when times got tough.”|
|Spare||There was an outhouse on the roof…|
Don’t forget to link your response in the comments, or post it there if you haven’t got a handy blog. We will see you there!