[sticky entry] Sticky: Prompt Lists

Jul. 28th, 2015 03:25 pm
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Bingo Card Generator: http://an.owomoyela.net/fun/bingo_generator
Handy multi-list prompt generator: http://generatorland.com/createagenerator.aspx

Cards come in 3x3, 4x4, 5x5, etc. and can utilize as many or as few lists as desired. If requesting a card, please specify which lists, which card size, and how many cards.

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If you could go back in time and change one thing, what would it be? Say it in verse.




Poems do not have to match the prompt exactly. Prompts are only meant to inspire and be a jumping off point for your own creativity.


Poems can be posted directly in the comments or as a link to your own journal.


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Sign ups are open here: http://archiveofourown.org/collections/multifandomdrabble2017/signups/new

The tagset has been copied here in an easier to read format: http://multifandomdrabble.dreamwidth.org/1452.html


You can only request/offer fandoms that are in the tagset. For Rules and FAQs, go here: http://multifandomdrabble.dreamwidth.org/940.html

     

  1. You can request 2-4 fandoms and offer 3-5.
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  3. Preferred characters and ships are optional and not restricted to the tagset. Your writing/reading preferences are required, as I do hand matching.
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  5. If AO3 won't add a tag because it's non-canonical, just add it to your optional details section.
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  7. You can use a sock (a new account created just to participate in exchanges) or add your works to the Anonymous collection on AO3 when you post it. "Socking up" is not against the rules of this exchange.
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  9. You can request crossovers between fandoms included in the tagset by asking for the fandom "Crossover Fandom", then describing in your Prompts / Likes. Please include the fandom names. You can also just request your fandoms and add an optional crossover option/prompt in the Prompts / Likes section of a particular request. You can also use this space to opt out of any crossovers.
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  11. For offers, you may do the same, make one offer "Crossover Fandom" and list the crossovers from the tagset you're willing to write or add a note under a particular fandom that you're willing to write crossovers for it and with what fandoms. You can also use the details space to state you are not willing to write crossovers.

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aka, I was sick and in denial about it so tried to work anyway, which was a flat failure.


I tried to read and failed spectacularly.


I did manage to open nominations and answer a couple questions on Multifandom Drabble, but with 2 exceptions, all the fandom tags were canonical, so it’s not like that was hard.


I ended up watching a couple movies and some TV episodes on Hulu after I finally gave up on being a productive human being. Honestly, I’m still pretty sick. :headdesk:


Hope you’re all feeling better than I am.


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This is an exchange for stories of exactly 100 words. All fandoms are welcome, no matter how small or large, including original works. Timelines for each step of the exchange is a week, to keep it simple, and there is no punishment for defaulting.






2017 Schedule:

  • Nominations: Sunday, June 11 – Friday, June 16

  • Sign Ups: Sunday, June 18 – Friday, June 23

  • Matching: Sunday, June 25 – Friday, June 30

  • Assignments Go Out: no later than Saturday night, July 1

  • Assignments Due: Saturday night, July 8

  • Pinch Hits/Treat Writing: Sunday, July 9 – Friday, July 14

  • Collection Opens: Sunday, July 16






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Sorry for the sudden influx of posts. Moving back from Imzy and trying to get back on the daily poem thing has been unexpectedly post-full.


This weekend, I’m going to curl up with a good book and also go through a work-related test output file to document everything wrong with this set of resources. We call this work life balance.


Blessings!


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Write a poem about


“Then said all the trees unto the bramble, Come thou, and reign over us.” — Judges 9:14




Poems do not have to match the prompt exactly. Prompts are only meant to inspire and be a jumping off point for your own creativity.


Poems can be posted in the comments directly or linked to your own journal.


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Remind me not to say goodbye

The wind will whisper with a sigh

For I shall blow upon your face

When you and I have left this place

When all the stars are dust and gone

We’ve swept across the final dawn

At last to be the dust of stars

I’ll still know you, e’en that far


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What was the most striking thing that happened to you today? What story would you tell if someone asked about your day? Say it in verse.




Poems do not have to match the prompt exactly. Prompts are only meant to inspire and be a jumping off point for your own creativity.


Poems can be posted directly in the comments or as a link to your own journal.


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Like lots of stuff:



Now, I just need to start my reading for the month. 🙂


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All it takes to make us burn

Is one bright spark we didn’t earn

One hot glance and one white night

An ember born ‘fore morning light




For this prompt: Promptly Lyrical #012


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Write a poem about


All it takes is just one little spark, feel it, from me” — “50,000 Candles Burning” by Meredith Brooks




Poems do not have to match the prompt exactly. Prompts are only meant to inspire and be a jumping off point for your own creativity.


Poems can be posted in the comments directly or linked to your own journal.


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Prompts:

(These will be linked to the post on which I write on the topic.)


1. Introduction

2. Geography

3. People & Races

4. History

5. Civilization & Architecture

6. Gender/Sexuality

7. Economy

8. Hierarchy, Power, & Governance

9. Religion & Cosmology

10. Holidays & Traditions

11. Language

12. Fauna

13. Flora

14. Food

15. Technology

16. Magic

17. Medicine

18. Fashion

19. War

20. Arms & Armor

21. Fun

22. Work

23. The Sky

24. The Frontier

25. The Backpack

26. Art

27. Transportation

28. Major Figures & Important Players

29. Communication

30. Weather


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Potentially of interest: http://klgaffney.dreamwidth.org/861863.html


30 days of worldbuilding prompts with some catch-up to do but I just might do this.


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Joy is when we say hello

We breathe the air another breathes

We wrap our arms, for as we go

We are one in everything


Happiness is the way we walk

The road together where’er it leads

We laugh at night, by day we talk

And always care for the other’s needs


Friendship is how we live our lives

We’ve known each other since we were small

Complementary as cream and chives

And love each other best of all


true (poem)

Jun. 5th, 2017 04:16 pm
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today is quite a lovely day

in the most significant way

the way that means I spoke to you

and knew again our friendship true


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So I’ve found a handy dandy little scheduler for poetry-related posts, and hope to continue posting 2-3 prompts a week and a conversation post which will stand in for the original daily share posts. There didn’t seem to be enough demand for daily sharing poetry, so how about weekly?


*The only thing wrong with the scheduler is the lack of incorporated templates. So I can’t just retire my nuclino calendar yet.


Also updated the theme on the conlang community and added a bunch of plugins so it’s easy for others to post and comment and like and add pictures or pdfs, etc. Now just to get back to conlanging…


Not doing much reading, but I’ve got at least one book I want to read this month. That I’ve been waiting for for ages.


Not much writing, but hope to get back to poems at least. They’re usually fast and easy. Plus, there’s a Treat Yo Self thing and I might have nominated for rarepairs just because Abigail and Wes from Dance Academy but I’m not sure if I’ll sign up for that. If the friends one goes live, I’ll definitely do that.


On writing sprints, anyone interested and anyone have a schedule in mind for them? Mine’s been all over the map recently, but I’d still like to get that back on my radar maybe.


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Write a poem about


“Out of his mouth go burning lamps, and sparks of fire leap out.” — Job 41:19




Poems do not have to match the prompt exactly. Prompts are only meant to inspire and be a jumping off point for your own creativity.


Poems can be posted in the comments directly or linked to your own journal.


So...

Jun. 2nd, 2017 07:43 pm
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Sometimes my brain seriously does not cooperate with me. I do not need an epic mythic type story floating in my head, especially not one about essentially a misunderstood bad boy of mythic proportions.


:headdesk:


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