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Free Write Friday #27: Word Bank

on August 3, 2013

Welcome to Free Write Friday. New here? Read the intro. Everyone else…let’s go!

free-write-friday-kellie-elmoreThis week’s FWF prompt is a word bank:

blanket – falsetto – cumbersome – cinema – coins

You may use one or all of the words. Don’t force it. If only one speaks to you, that is your muse. If you can use all of them with little effort (no overthinking it) then let it flow. Look forward to reading you.

Come Play With Me!

Narrow prisms of light
Beaming through window panes
Beckon come play with me
Outside in nature’s games

Song birds of the city
Above the noisy streets
Croon soulful falsetto
In half and quarter beats

Five o’clock rolls around
The cinema draws a crowd
Ten dollars plus a few coins
The cost to be allowed

Cushioned rocking chairs
Face an indoor screen
Cola, candy and popcorn
Monopolize the scene

Do I leave the office
Moving from indoor to indoor?
Don’t go from inside to inside
My heart and mind implore

Leave behind, forget
Cumbersome daily chores
Grab a blanket and basket
Enjoy me, the great outdoors

Narrow prisms of light
Beaming through the trees
Beckon come play with me
Come on outside…Geez!

©2013 catnipoflife©2013 catnipoflife
Sharla Lee Shults

Other Contributions:

Author’s Thought says:

Hi everyone, new to this and have posted my first prompt. My link is http://soborowsky.wordpress.com/category/writing-2/

seanbidd says:

A small experiment with prompts, something to challenge the time writing loans me in the realm of the free.
http://seanbidd.com/2013/08/03/eucalyptus-punk-a-forest-carnival/

purple says:

http://purplesplatitudes.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/blanket-interruptus/

Thanks for the prompt idea.

Christy Birmingham says:

I wrote this poem, containing ‘blanket’ and ‘coin’ today. Great prompt, Kellie and happy weekend! http://poeticparfait.com/2013/08/02/poem-introspection-and-suffocation/

Lorraine says:

Thanks for the prompt Kellie, here’s mine: http://thetruanttrain.wordpress.com/

Heidi says:

Love word banks! Tried to be a little more fun. Not sure I succeed. :P
http://www.anauthorandhermuse.com/summer-night-funnot.html

buildingalifeofhope says:

Loved this one today! http://buildingalifeofhope.com/2013/08/02/vita-da-sogno/

gotmeghan says:

Hey Kellie, hope you are enjoying your day and enjoy your weekend too! :)

http://gotmeghan.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/fwf-abandoned-memories/

Annie’s Muse says:

OOPS—here is the link:
http://www.anniestexasmusings.com/movie-fest.html

Joseph Hesch says:

Nostalgia seemed the only way to go, Kellie. Once again, I tell a story maybe only an old guy could. (Pssst. second piece of the day, too.)
August Nights http://athingforwordsjahesch.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/august-nights/

K. Smith Matthews says:

Thanks for the free write prompt! I need to get in the habit of doing this more often.
http://krystalarnelle.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/free-write-friday-fwf/

whimsygizmo says:

http://whimsygizmo.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/parlez-vous/

Talicha J. says:

I finally did one on time, the world must be about to end! http://talichaj.com/2013/08/02/the-after-days/

Terry says:

Hi Kellie
http://terry1954.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/fwf-free-write-friday-6/

Rishal says:

Hey fellow FWFians, here’s my take on this week’s prompt. What a random choice of words Kellie. Quite delightful! Luckily I managed to fit all the words in my poem.
http://rishalb.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/if-wishes-were-horses/

dorothychiotti says:

Kellie … I love these word banks! … Please enjoy this ever-so-brief “Night at the Opera” http://dorothychiotti.com/2013/08/02/fwf-free-write-friday-word-bank-a-night-at-the-opera/ … Cheerz!

arbiterkitty says:

What an interesting choice of words in the bank! I was only able to use two of them, but I had fun writing this :) Thanks for the prompt! I look forward to next week’s.
http://arbiterkitty.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/patchwork-composer-fwf-word-bank-poem/

Suzanne says:

Unwinding after a busy week I offer you this little snippet
http://artifactsandfictions.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/friday-fantasy/
Thanks for the prompt Kellie. I enjoyed the challenge.

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13 responses to “Free Write Friday #27: Word Bank

  1. xxkultuur says:

    Very vivid…indoors meeting out. Great poem.

  2. seanbidd says:

    Just to escape, (for me) escape into the night of another world. You’ve all the moments here, what it’s like to play, as it plays out…

  3. bldodson says:

    After returning from the cinema removed six gold coins from his pocket and crawled into bed, covering himself with the cumbersome blanket. “Jimmy!” His mother called in a the high, falsetto voice he despised.

  4. arbiterkitty says:

    Oh nice! Very upbeat and playful piece 🙂

  5. Have I told you how much I enjoy reading you? I adore rhyme, but have never been very good at it myself. You on the other hand have mastered poetic melody. Lovely work. Thank you.

  6. Beautiful …as usual:)

  7. Talicha J. says:

    Ah very lovely to read, thank you for sharing 🙂

  8. Not quite sure how to do this so I’ll just say I enjoyed your post. ‘Cause I did.

    Purrs,
    Nissy

  9. Terry says:

    your posts always make me smile

  10. Beautiful way to link the word bank.

  11. fibee5 says:

    Great poem 🙂

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