Superstition . . . write about a superstition you have, or superstitions in general.
Do you have a talisman or a good luck charm? If yes, write about that. If no, what would you chose for a good luck charm?
Invictus is a 2009 film starring Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon. The story is based on the book Playing the Enemy: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Made a Nation about the events in South Africa during the 1995 Rugby World Cup. After spending 27 years in prison, Nelson Mandela was released and elected as South Africa’s first black president, he preached reconciliation. When he decided to support the country’s rugby team — long a symbol of white oppression — his countrymen were stunned. “Forgiveness liberates the soul,” Mandela explains to a crowd. “That’s why it’s such a powerful weapon.” Prompt: Forgiveness. Write about the concept of forgiveness or absolution. Write about someone you could forgive, or someone who might forgive you.
Write about the farthest you have traveled. Or Write about the time you were farthest from home. Or Tell about a time you missed your plane, train, bus, gondola, cab ride.
Write about a house you no longer go to. Or a house you would like to visit. Write about a house.
Now that you are of a “certain age,” you know a thing or two. What do you know now that you didn’t used to know?
Writing prompt: The last piece of the puzzle. You know what to do . . . Just write!
We know what we know. What’s more interesting: ~ What don’t you know? ~ What are you confused about?
Today I . . . Write from your point of view or from a fictional character’s pov. Don’t have a fictional character? Today might be a good time to create one. Use these words in your writing: Illusion, jar, hope, shatter, widget, super, awkward Hope = hoping, hopeful Jar = jars, jarring Writing Prompt: Today I . . .
“At the time it seemed very important. That’s the funny thing about arguments. Now, I can’t even remember what it was all about.” Quote by Dr. Chilton in the movie, Pollyanna. Writing prompt: Write about an argument or a disagreement. After you have written all you want on this subject, put on your screenplay hat. Write this same scene from the point of view of the other person involved in the argument or disagreement.