If you’re visiting here (for real, I mean, not simply a spammer or bot!) then you may be wondering where I’ve disappeared to. Actually, I’ve started studying for a social media course, so you can find me (and follow me daily) on Instagram (motivationalsuccess_ <- don’t forget the underscore at[…]
(though actually, the title is still open for debate… my first thought was to entitle it Horny, but….) Feedback VERY welcome, since this is me going way out of my comfort zone! https://youtu.be/Qg3FNLRc6to
Here’s another 60-seconder. How about sharing one of yours? The title this time was “The Handle On The Door”. Ready? Go! And here’s the result of mine:
Another one sparked by a phrase (“Roads in the sky”) that I heard yesterday evening… I’d intended to approach it as a 60-seconder, but it took longer. Not sure about it though. What do you think? Bin or keep? Oh, and the background image is a digital rendering by a[…]
So this is a different type of poetry exercise, if you want to try your hand at it. Grab a book, open it at a random page, and pick a random phrase or clause. That’s your new title. Then incorporate that same phrase into a poem! So the starting phrase[…]
This one isn’t a 60-seconder. But in the course of a conversation some days ago, a friend had mentioned “today is a unicorn day”. It stuck in my mind. So this is “Unicorn Day”! As usual, praise and comments and reactions delightedly received!
Ok. So it’s nothing to do with Eden Undone directly. But I thought you might like to see a couple of things I’ve written recently. The idea is simple. You pick a title, any title, randomly: or ask someone else to pick one. You then have 60 seconds (yes! just[…]
Ready? Here you are! Dance instructions for the dead 60 seconds… GO! * * * And here’s mine: Dance instructions for the Dead Celebrate the life you lived, the Life ahead. Raise empty sockets: click castanet bones.
So on Sunday I attended a poetry workshop run by a group called Allographic. I’ve never attended any poetry workshops before, ever – but wow! Sooooooo much fun. One of the exercises which the moderator Uppahar gave us to do required us to write a poem in 60 seconds. Yes,[…]