February 2008
Daily Writing Prompts

A Pen In Each Hand

  1. I was tired of trying to figure out the old man’s game.
  2. School children drawn to a playground fight.
  3. Do the Sunday Brunch prompts and post your exercises.
    1. Use the following words: three, heavy, rough, depending, surely.
    2. Write about a misunderstanding.
    3. Write about a shopping list.
  4. Men need to be colonized by a superior civilization.
  5. An 1840 Federal-style brick townhouse.
  6. Five stray chairs hugged the counter.
  7. The weirdness of it had driven away my black mood.
  8. He confused the comforts of middle age with his bohemian past.
  9. A slow, tight litte elevator that held the smells of takeout food.
  10. Do the Sunday Brunch prompts and post your exercises.
    1. Use the following words: spent, other, consist, sound, chamber.
    2. Write about something cute and pink.
    3. Use the phrase “Are you going to eat that?”
  11. The first movie I remember seeing.
  12. Eventually we worked out a routine.
  13. We opted for a large, costly, catered affair.
  14. The dilemma of love.
  15. He volunteered to paint my house.
  16. They had a way of walking together.
  17. Do the Sunday Brunch prompts and post your exercises.
    1. Use the following words: case, action, singing, finding, timed.
    2. Use the phrase “You’re not listening to me.”
    3. Write about something that goes inside something else.
  18. Sports no longer mattered to him.
  19. She was terrified of commitment.
  20. The allure of a wild woman.
  21. That’s the story of my failure.
  22. He seemed proud of his strength.
  23. We were both getting sleepy.
  24. Do the Sunday Brunch prompts and post your exercises.
    1. Use the following words: bread, around, washed, sweat, advisor.
    2. Write about something that is the third in a sequence.
    3. Write about drinking something unusual.
  25. A Korean deli owner who read Proust.
  26. It’s possible she was simply happier.
  27. I was now a responsible adult.
  28. An elderly Italian man, toothless save one incisor.
  29. I quickly grew dissatisfied with my studio.
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