“Love has earth to which she clings― Robert Frost, Mountain Interval
With hills and circling arms about
Wall within wall to shut fear out.
But Thought has need of no such things,
For Thought has a pair of dauntless wings.”
Today’s writing prompt is to pay attention to the things around you. As you go about your day today, write down the things you notice. If you’re going to work, maybe, you notice someone’s cute sweater, or the way someone laughs. Describe those things in detail. If you’re at home today, take a little walk and write about the trees and the birds. Take a moment to get in touch with your senses and your environment. What’s happening outside of the little world inside your head?
Today I noticed the fog hovering over the mountains that makes them look like an oil painting. I noticed the birds and the way they make clouds when they fly in clusters. I noticed the way the stickers are peeling on the computer tower as if someone had scratched at them in their boredom. What will you notice today? And what stories do those things tell?
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