Happy National Poetry Month!
Let’s take these next 30 days to develop a habit of daily creativity.
This set of prompts is a list of single words or short phrases designed to allow you to take them wherever they want to go. Use whatever form of creativity that suits you. Examples include a poem a day, essay, 100 words of a short story, 1000 words of a novel, a photo a day, song lyrics, music, journal entry, drawing, painting, or whatever suits your fancy.
You simply need to get creative!
Be honest about your creativity, where it is going, and where you want it to go. Express it in your art.
Make a wish!
Express it through your creativity!
No fear allowed! Be as high in the clouds as possible!
Read a poem, preferably one you have never read before, and create something from how it makes you feel and the images it brings to your mind.
Use your creativity to tell a story. Try to use more than one form (expression) of creativity when telling that story.
You don’t have to be a prose writer to tell a story. (Don’t box yourself in by thinking that way.)
Be as non-traditional as possible.
How would you rebuild yourself or your life? What are the building blocks? Get creative!
Love it or hate it, create an ode to the telephone in the format that best suits you.
It is Arbor Day! Hug a tree and get inspired. Look at some trees and get inspired. If you can, go plant a tree and get inspired. Create from that inspiration.
Take a chance. Be risky. Create out of your comfort zone.
Make some magic!
It’s Earth Day! Get creative and be eco-friendly while you do it.
Express your feelings about the earth and the eco-friendly movement.
How are you being more environmentally friendly with and in your creativity?