But first some words about my silence here in the last few days. Unfortunately, I suffer from something called “Benign Paroxysmal Positioning Vertigo” a posh name for dizziness. It feels a little like being sea sick all the time and I have spent the last few days either at the doctors or sitting still and reading.
There have not been any participants for last weeks “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt” besides me and I don’t think I need to post my poem twice. As it is not clear how long that vertigo of mine will last (can be from a few days to a few weeks) I will keep quiet until I am better again. I will not stop doing “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt” though. And if I have any participants I will, of course, do the usual Tuesday summary post with links to their poems.
So what do I have in store for you this week?
I have been reading the second and am reading the third book of “The Long Earth” series by Stephen Baxter and Terry Pratchett. In this third book, a new species of humans have evolved who are a lot more intelligent than the usual human. They see through perceptions and call the normal human “Dim-Bulb” and I somehow thought about light bulbs.
In Germany you say if you suddenly get a bright idea: “A light bulb shines for me” and often they show a light bulb shining beside ones head in comic strips. So I thought “Light bulbs” are brilliant as a poetry prompt.
It is up to you if you would like to do another visual poem in form of a light bulb. Maybe you want to write about actual light bulbs or do a brain storming about the word and then use the upcoming words for your poem. Go crazy. I am sure you have many more much brighter ideas than me.
So here is how to take part:
•Read “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt” here on “The Bee Writes…” on Wednesdays
•Write your poem as close or far from the prompt as you feel comfortable
•Post it on your blog or here in the comment section or both
•You have time for that until the next Tuesday
•Use “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt” picture if you want to
• Go and read another “Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt” Poem from the comments
• Most of all have lots of fun
Find the latest posts of “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt” here.
Tuesdays: Summary of all “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt.” poems.
Wednesday: “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt.”
Fridays: (Sometimes Thursdays): Bee’s entry to “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt.”
Now my dear fellow day jobbers: go, create and have lots of fun!
4 thoughts on “Light Bulbs on “The Day Jobbers Essential Poetry Prompt””
Used several methods for this prompt (I'm back!) including Wikipedia, telephone numbers for my found poem, Language is a Virus AND Canva 🙂 https://goo.gl/C28rHL
Hi Rose, so glad to have you back and I saw your poem already on Twitter. So lovely but what is Canva?
where or should I say how do you or did you think up such awesome prompts! ❤
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No idea, just came up. But then it dried up and I had to stop 🙁🙋♀️🐝