Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge January 8, 2019

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We are back!  Happy New Year to all of you.

Devereaux Frazier and Beth Amanda are currently hosting the Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge which was started by our star writer Christine Ray. We hope to offer all of you something that will spark your creativity and willingness to participate.

The prompts are designed to be quick challenges that can be written in 10 to 15minutes,  inspire you creatively, are fun, and get everyone interacting.  Please post your response to the prompt in the comments below and show your fellow posters some love and support.  All members of the Go Dog Go community, including Baristas, are welcome to participate.  Feel free to share this post on your own blogs and/or Facebook.

Today’s prompt:  

Use any or all of the following phrases in any kind of writing—

new dawn/ new day/ new dreams

May your ink flow!!!


88 thoughts on “Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge January 8, 2019

  1. By odd coincidence today I woke and noted this – a 10 to 15 minute thing – more or less much as it is – save for a ‘new’ first and last line too:

    Notes of a new dream, as sleep broke,
    station platform, he’s there standing,
    she walks briskly, looking, half-head turns,
    he not seen, her name called, her pace up now,
    he’s not heard … she hears him.

    She stop turns, right angle,
    he’s caught up, her face seen,
    it’s light, the way her hair frames.
    picture perfect, her words – ‘when do we’
    he kissed, she kissed, new day, their dawn.

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  2. Happy New Year Beth and Devereaux!!
    Here is my response

    “That bright crimson tinge in the morning
    a peek of which from my bedroom
    warms my souls
    and send that rush of life
    thorough my searing pores

    That light aura of dew drops in the air
    laced with the freshness of a beautiful morning
    the secrets held in those puny drops
    as they carry the love of the night
    through the morning

    That fleeting sense of the aubade
    that tenderness laced Zephyr
    that calming sense of closeness
    gives birth to my desires

    Each day brings
    new dawn,
    a new dream,
    when I see your gentle face
    perched on the pillow next to mine.”


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  3. Here’s my piece “New Dawn”

    I awakened
    new kind of dawn
    streaming through windows
    dancing on bedsheets
    tickling my heart
    with unfulfilled dreams
    begging for release

    I grinned at the day
    felt flutters deep within
    and knew God had given me
    new wings with which to fly

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  7. Reblogged this on yonniewordpresscom and commented:
    Wow….Tuesday Writing Prompt is electrifying. WordPress Authors you , the things I have read so far are amazing. I am so excited to be apart of this wonderful community.💜

    I am getting a late start, as the dawning of my new day begun quite early. It’s the beginning of a New Year it is quite clear that we are in the Greatest Season this time of the year. We are dawning on new days ahead as we set the pace for the days to follow. As our pens leak with so much grace and power we can be the Voices of Those Unheard. The words that will Breathe Life into Literacy. That New Life will stir up the creativity and passion of Teachers equipping them with fresh ideas to build Foundational Reading Programs that will embrace the lives of young children.

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  8. I like you saying writers can be the “voices of those unheard.” That sounds so powerful, and I believe it is true. Literacy programs are so important, and every child deserves the gift of being able to read. As a former language arts teacher, I whole heartedly agree with you!

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