Weekend Writing Prompt #6 Wild

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Weekend Writing Prompt #6 Wild

Thank you, Sammi Cox, for the prompt – Wild

Write a piece of flash fiction, a poem, a chapter for your novel…anything you like.  Or take the challenge.

A word and photo prompt to get your creativity flowing this weekend.

If you want to share what you come up with, please leave a link HERE

Poetry Challenge – Write an eight line poem, in two verses of four lines each, where: the first letter of verse one spells out WILD when reading from top to bottom, and the first letter of verse two spells out WILD when read from bottom to top to create a reflection.

Free and Lonely Birdlife

Wild wandering soul could be wilderness within
Isolation, yes, with wings that need to fly
Loneliness never freed for years, but a survivor
Domesticated but living a life as an outcast

Deep in the forest waiting for companionship
Longing heart with a lost soul, watching and waiting
Isolated but hearing chirps echoing in the trees
Whether friendship is arriving or not take care.

6 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Prompt #6 Wild

  1. I really am a Nana too! 🙂 Seven grandies and three grown children. One daughter in law and son have a combination family. I am named after a bird so this poem touched my heart. 🐦
    This would but domesticated bird is probably safe and loved but I do have torn feelings about some creatures not being “free.” Lovely poem and hope it is okay to list you as a receiver of a Liebster Award nomination. (Will be posted on Friday, no need to do a post if you don’t want to, dear!) Smiles Robin 💐

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