A character becomes friends with the grim reaper, and sees the worlds of both the living and the dead.
'The old bookstore had always been my escape, but today it felt different, almost magical...'
Submitted by Mae Bailey
“We live in a land where the footprints of ghosts linger.”
Use this line to start or end a poem. It can be any genre as long as you feel it fits the sentence well.
Submitted by Olivia Pemberly
Your protagonist shows up for their first day of work as a zookeeper, only to find the exhibits are full of magical creatures...
The desert's silence held ancient whispers...
Write a poem using personification to give the desert a voice.
During an annual festival of lights in a fantasy realm, a lantern carrying a wish falls directly on your doorstep, meaning you have to fulfil it.
Inspired by Shadow Queen
You receive an invitation from Hades inviting you to the underworld for a chat.
Whether you place this in the current world, a fantasy world, or ancient times, think about how your character would respond to this request.
Write a poem through the eyes of a child, capturing their wonder at a fireworks display.
In the absence of elaborate and highly descriptive language, think how else you can capture an atmosphere of wonder.
Submitted by Margaret Sok
'The stars smiled upon us, as if they knew we’d soon join them'…
Compose a poem that opens with this line.
Submitted by The Author
"Her wits were no match to my blade."
Create an action-packed scene where the protagonist or antagonist says this line.
Compose a poem which contrasts the world of dreams with the harshness of reality.
You can choose any style that you think is appropriate.