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Ready, Steady, Write # 6

Photograph by Leo Gundle 2012

 

Write your way IN from WAY OUT
Use this image as a starting point
Ten minutes or Ten lines
Return to THIS destination and
LET YOUR WORDS GO

Here

 

This is the 6th Ready, Steady, Write! 
If you have only just arrived, there is always an opportunity to go back and write a story, personal account or poem in response to the 5 previous ones as well. 

Choose to write 10 lines or 10 minutes weekly on the image prompts, and in no time at all you will have a creative collection of words. 
This is not about being a ‘writer’, this is about being YOU and writing… there is a difference here. I am not waiting for ‘polished’ pieces… embrace spontaneity! 

Please be brave & share your creations in the comments section. Releasing your words, liberates something in you and inspires others in the Write To Be You community to do the same… try it!
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Ready, Steady, Write # 5

photograph by India Thain 2012

 

Ready? Steady? Choose one & write…

a. A caption for this image (seriously ONE line only – it’s possible!)
b. A small story
c. A poemTake a few minutes and write something.
just
a
few
minutes

Blow our minds… I’ll catch your bubbles!
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Ready, Steady, Write # 4

Photograph by Leo Gundle 2012

Tell us a story…
As few or as many lines as you choose
You have permission to go anywhere with this
Use the image as a launch pad
Share your findings
10, 9, 8, 7, 6 (you know the rest)
BLAST OFF!
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Ready, Steady, Write # 3

We hold worlds of words in our hands, hearts and heads.
Tell me a story about this image.
Allow it to spark, not dictate.
If you don’t feel like writing, WRITE ANYWAY.
If you can’t give it ten minutes, give it ten lines.
Make the time for ten lines.
I invite at least TEN people to share their TEN lines.
It’s a gift to yourself, me, and all reading, to see how each of us crafts something Unique
From the same raw material.
Take a few deep breaths.
On your marks, get set…
GO!
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Ready, Steady, Write # 2

Found objects are wonderful springboards for inspiration.  I stumbled across this while browsing.  Pick up your pen.

Open your notebook.  Commit to writing at least one page.  Tell this story.

Monday is full of possibility…

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Ready, Steady, Write # 1

Tell the story.  Write for at least ten minutes without editing.  Go…

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