Write about something that makes you laugh every time. Or write about someone who makes you laugh.
~ “Men like my father cannot die. They are with me still, real in memory as they were in flesh, loving and beloved forever.” How Green Was My Valley. Write about someone who lives on in you or someone you will never forget. ~ “We’ll always have Paris.” Casablanca. Write about something you will always have or something you no longer have and wish you still had it. ~ “I was to think of these days many times. Of Jem, and Dill . . . and Atticus. He would be in Jem’s room all night, and he would be there when Jem waked up in the morning, To Kill A Mockingbird. Write about someone who is always there for you. Or someone who needs you. ~ In Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, there’s a scene where Butch and Sundance run up a mountain to avoid the relentless posse, finding…
Write about something you wish you didn’t know.
Today’s writing prompts are inspired from movies. ~ Thelma and Louise, National Lampoon’s Vacation, Little Miss Sunshine. Write about a road trip. ~ Dirty Dancing, Saturday Night Fever, Footloose. Write about how you learned to dance. ~ The Sting, two con men outcon a con. Write about a time you were tricked, or you tricked someone. ~Forrest Gump. Life is like a box of . . . [fill in the blank and continue writing].
What responsibilities did you have as a child? What was required of you from the adults in your life? What responsibilities do you carry over from your childhood? What responsibilities do you want to give up? You are free to write whatever you want, using these prompts to spark ideas.
As a child, did you get an allowance? If yes, how much? What did you spend it on? If you didn’t receive an allowance, what did you do for spending money? If you didn’t receive spending money, do you wish you had? What would you have spent it on?
Write about . . . The thing driving me crazy today is . . .
If you could change anything in the world, it would be . . . Or . . . The time I felt most changed in a single second was when . . . Use one or both writing prompts. Just write! Prompts are inspired from Write Free – attracting the creative life, revised second edition by Rebecca Lawton and Jordan Rosenfeld.
Today’s writing prompt: It’s a miracle . . . Write whatever comes up. Write whatever pops into your head. Don’t judge. Don’t edit. Don’t be critical. Just write! It’s a miracle . . .
Write about your childhood dream. Is your childhood dream still calling you?