Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge December 29, 2020

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.
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Today’s prompt—Use “the end and beginning” in any form of writing

Happy 2021 writers

21 thoughts on “Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge December 29, 2020

  1. Here’s my contribution. Hope 2021 brings you joy!

    I know that tomorrow will bring
    a new beginning,
    another new beginning
    and I wonder,
    when will I reach the end
    of my beginnings.
    Everything will have been started.
    Everything will be active,
    on going.
    at that point,
    I must move on
    to the beginning
    of my end.
    The end and beginning
    in harmony,
    my end beginning
    when everything is completed
    and nothing left to be started.
    Will this time come?
    Perhaps it has already come
    and I haven’t noticed.
    But I don’t think so.
    So I will carry on
    working towards
    a new beginning
    and cease to wonder
    how it will end.

    Lynn White

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  2. No New News Anywhere

    Even though
    we’ve feared it forever,
    held our breath,
    hoped against hope

    the extinction of beginnings
    has begun

    Any day now, any minute
    and long before we know it
    the prelude becomes the coda

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  6. No beginnings

    No ends

    Just bends in space

    And time

    We climb

    We fall

    Can you recall?

    Where it began

    Those days when we ran

    Over each hill

    Searching for the future



    We stumbled

    In the rain

    Upon our past

    Upon our pain

    Again and again

    In this game

    Just a pawn

    Forever drawn

    Into the maelstrom

    Of oceans vast

    Tied to the mast

    Over each wave

    Each wave like the last

    Over and over

    Playing the game

    Choosing a card

    Each card is the same

    There’s no losing

    No winning

    No end

    No beginning

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  7. happy new year everyone sending love from LA xoxoxo


    when i was a child
    the God’s words confused me
    as it was in the beginning
    so shall it be in the end
    Marley’s wailers also wailed
    yet it still made no sense
    when i was a girl
    i studied about war in the local school textbook
    but saw that both famous Abrahams modes of being sat naked on the dirty modern streets no bosom to hold tight to
    no log cabin to sleep in
    and Mary virgin mother became an entrepreneur in bottled holy wine and bloody linen sheets
    just like any old biker momma i would come to meet
    when i ran away just before the legal untender age
    i devoted my life to Saint N Cassady
    acid tests numbed out tongues
    hugging my chest to my knees
    i just one spec of ash
    from the forest of the streetlamps
    where we all burned
    from creationists angry balls
    middle road i step the curb
    beginning never esoteric
    ending at my mother’s vault
    whispering sitting on the retainer wall
    perhaps in this universe
    i’ve lived it all simultaneously

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  10. Happy New Year’s everyone!!! 😊✨✨✨👍

    By Charles Robert Lindholm

    A Single Piece Of Paper,
    A Heart Breaking Moment,
    I Never Thought
    I Would Experience

    A Final Decree Of Divorce,
    An Unwanted Milestone In My Life,
    An End And A Beginning,
    Marking My Life With You
    And My Future Without You,

    A Blessing And A Curse

    Copyright © 2020 Charles Robert Lindholm – The Reluctant Poet
    All Rights Reserved – 12-30-2020 – 02:00 p.m.


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