Eugi’s Weekly Prompt- Enlighten

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Your Weekly Prompt – Enlighten – March 30, 2020.


We can live our life in a way that it matters

Or we can just exist and go through our days

Like automatons, doing the daily routines over and over again

The difference lies in how we look and perceive life itself

Do we open ourselves up to receive enlightenment

Or do we reject the lure of knowledge and bury our heads

In the sands of ignorance and arrogance

The decision is ours to make




Sharing responses to the prompt What do you see; Chris Hall- More from the Prophesy Book, Melanie- What do you see- Poetry and Reena – Taking it ahead

The sun cast its first golden rays across the heathland. Sinead and Moonsprite had been walking all night. They’d pursued the path in the starlight, …

More from the Prophesy Book

via What Do You See? Poetry!

via Taking it ahead

Daily Prompts- Exploring

Let us explore the path that leads

Into that closely guarded domain, always kept hidden

It is in all honesty, the best we have to offer

But we keep it hidden, pitting it in undeserved captivity

Does it tickles your curiosity to know what I am referring to

I am talking about the inner sanctum of course

That we hide because we don’t want to expose

Our tender feelings to the outside world

We develop an outward slick exterior

To hide our soft emotions in plain sight

But now is the time to show our love and tenderness

To those we love

For love makes us all stronger and better able

To face uncertainty and adversities, together

In response to the following prompts;




Path, Honesty, Remote





Word of the day Challenge;








Sunday Writing Prompt “Dear Diary”

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30 March 2020

Dear diary;

Today I washed my hands just twenty times. The skin on my hands is dry, but it is the weather. Some days I wash them even more often. But I am happy that my brother who used to make fun of my habit to keep my hands clean and germ-free, is washing his hands even more than me. He is afraid of getting sick by catching the virus. Now everyone admits that my habit of washing my hands after every little while is a good habit and no one is making fun of me anymore.

Today was a good day!

The Prompt;

For today’s prompt you are going to write a diary/journal entry. The entry can be from any point in the narrator’s life past, present, or future. If future tense and from your own perspective try to imagine where you would like to be. If you are writing from your own past try to write from your perspective at that time. If you are writing as a seven year old child it should read as if it was written by a seven year old child.

In response to;

Sunday Writing Prompt- Dear Diary



#Keepitalive #Whatdoyousee #Poetry

First in this week in response to the prompt, What do you see!

Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie ~ Authors

What do you see # 23 – 30th March, 2020


Another very topical prompt from Sadje this week…

img_1464.jpgPhoto credit: Leah Kelly on Pexels 

( For visually challenged reader, the picture shows a girl holding a book which is hiding her face. The title of the book is not clear.)

Run Free

You can run but you can’t hide

There are only a certain amount of words

Sooner or later, you will reach the end

How many books can you read?

Before you want to shred the pages

Open the window, let the pieces

Be caught by the wind

Watch them fly free

Counting down the days

Until you catch them, like a lost balloon

Free from the four walls

that held you in lockdown…

©anitadawes 2020

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Sunday Photo Fiction – March 29 2020


Photo courtesy of DC Stultz

tobacco..looked.imperviouslectureswarnings, and ultimatums.



What do you see # 23 – 30th March, 2020

Dear friends, I will post a new challenge at 12:00 am PST, every Monday morning.


You can write a post on your blog and create a pingback to link to the original post.

Write an original story, poem or a caption.

You have six days to respond to the Prompt. 

I will try to reblog your response on my blog. 

There is no limit to words or format but keep it family-friendly. 

I will do a round-up next Sunday before the next Prompt is posted. 

Please tag your responses with #Whatdoyousee

Does this picture inspire you to write something?

Photo credit: Leah Kelly on Pexels 

( For visually challenged reader, the picture shows a girl holding a book which is hiding her face. The title of the book is not clear.)

Waiting eagerly for your responses. 

Thanking you all for joining this prompt.