Telephone wires in scintillating sunlight.
The smooth sounds of a violin bowing.
Broken gas stove.
Evening skylights against a grapefruit-pink sky.
Roses and honeysuckle.
A half-moon in the late afternoon sky.
This is an invitation to collaborate on this monthly list of prompts! The idea is to have a minimum of one per each day in June — so min. 30 prompts in total. They can be anything — songs, poetry, art — not just words. They’re not limited to the flavor of what I’ve put up so far, either. The only thing asked is that the prompt has something to do with your interpretation of the month of June.
I have zero clue how much use this is to people on this forum but
Happy June, anyways!
Wow… That one makes my mind go in all kinds of directions.
(Actually, reading all of your story-suggestions in order tells a minimalistic tale of heat and drought. Are you ok over there in your personal little desert?)
The Isle of White & Black.
A room with a view.
The grandfather clock is pushed to the far corner of the Entrance Hall, turned with the clock-face against the brick wall.
There’s a rabbit in my hat!
I turn on the radio. The mayor announces: “All bicycle paths shall go downhill upon my re-election.”
> LICK BAT
We have climate anxiety. It’s not a consolation that everybody else does, too. This area of Texas used to be a verdant paradise, but I think it might be dying, so that’s really awful. I sincerely hope I’m being overly dramatic.