Submitted by SJ Randolph
Create a poem comparing feelings of love and hatred, and how they connect and intercross with each other.
Create a paragraph conjuring the intensity of love at first sight.
Use descriptive language like hyperbole and metaphors to convey the connection, and awe of this moment (whether or not you believe in such events)!
Submitted by Anni D
“Falling feels like flying until the moment that you land.”
Compose a poem that uses this quote as the central theme.
Submitted by Margaret Sok
'I will not walk this earth without you…'
Write a poem or story including this line. Consider what or who 'you' might refer to in order to create a unique narrative.
Compose a ghazal about a love that transcends decades, weathering all life's trials.
A ghazal is an Arabic poem that consists of a minimum of five couplets, with the second line of each couplet always ending with the same word. They are usually about the beauty of love in spite of difficulty.
"In the heart of the city, under the neon lights, our paths crossed, igniting endless nights."
Compose a poem beginning with this line.
Two people meet and fall in love during a weekend retreat, only to discover they are both involved with other people...
Submitted by Aria
I want to feel, I want to know.
I want to love, I want to grow.
Use these lines in a poem, where the rest of the lines match this rhyme scheme.
Your protagonist is a guest at a dinner party where they feel extremely uncomfortable.
Try to subtly reveal the cause of their discomfort through dialogue, actions, and thoughts, instead of outright narrating it.
Someone has just sent your character an angry or upset message.
Write a detailed descriptive passage about their emotional response to this message. Are the surprised, annoyed, saddened?
Your protagonist is a nurse who finds a misplaced letter written by a terminally ill patient.
Do the contents of the letter influence the nurse's actions?
Submitted by Aria
She accepted the gift, feeling a swirl and mix of feelings inside of her.
Create a story, scene, or poem which contains this line.