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    Complete one bingo line horizontal, vertical or diagnol.

    The bingo board is created by writersbay.

    Tag and share with #bingoc

    Two days are given for this prompt, 13th and 14th.

    -you can use the words of one line in any order.
    -complete atleast one bingo line, which means five words.
    -it can be a quote, prose or poem.
    -you can use the plural form of these words.

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  • writersbay 1d

    Word of the day: Inevitable

    Noun: a situation that is unavoidable.
    "by the morning he had accepted the inevitable"

    Adjective: certain to happen; unavoidable.
    "war was inevitable"

    Tag and share with #inevitablec

    And I find a happiness in the fact of accepting —
    In the sublimely scientific and difficult fact of accepting the inevitable natural.
    -Alberto Caeiro

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  • writersbay 1d

    Write a tanka poem.

    Tanka is a classic form of Japanese poetry related to the haiku with five unrhymed lines of five, seven, five, seven, and seven syllables. (5, 7, 5, 7, 7)

    It should be related to nature and natural things.

    Tag with #tankac and share

    Subtle hints of spring
    In the wet bark of the tree
    Dew dripping from leaves
    Then runs down the russet trunk
    Pools round the roots and is drunk

    Copyright © 2002 Can Sonmez

    Sorry for the late post

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  • writersbay 3d

    Word of the day : WIND

    Tag and share with #windc

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  • writersbay 4d

    Tag with #picturec

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  • writersbay 5d

    Today's prompt : A rhyming couplet (two lines that rhyme)

    Tag and share with #rhymesc

    For example:

    While the plowman near at hand,
    Whistles o'er the furrowed land,
    And the milkmaid singeth blithe,
    And the mower whets his scythe,
    And every shepherd tells his tale,
    Under the hawthorn in the dale.

    - John Milton, 'L'Allegro

    Thy rhyming pattern is aabbcc

    Comment boxes are open for queries.

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  • writersbay 1w

    Word of the day:

    Tag and share with #photographc

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    Write an ode dedicated to something or someone.
    Tag and share with #odec

    An ode is a lyric poem that is written to praise a person, event, or object.

    The ode is a classical style of poetry, possibly invented by the ancient Greeks from an older form, who sang their odes rather than writing them on paper.

    One example ode is in the background and make sure you check out Ode to Autumn by John Keats.

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    -Joseph Anderson

  • writersbay 1w

    Words of the day:
    love & longing

    You can use this as a phrase or separately.

    Tag and share with #llc

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    Write an alliteration poem in not more than 10 lines using one or more letters from the 21 letters, not including the vowels.

    Tag and share with #alliterationc


    What is alliteration? A source from masterclass.com

    In alliteration, the words should flow in quick succession. Think of “wicked witch,” “loose lips” or the tumble of “f” sounds in the line “From forth the fatal loins of these two foes,” from William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

    The key is to look for repetition of sounds, not letters. The letter “g,” for example, sounds very different in “giant” than in “gas.: That’s why “gym junkie” is alliterative—but “gym glutton”

    Example: 'D'eep into that 'd'arkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fearing
    'D'oubting, 'd'reaming 'd'reams no mortal ever 'd'ared to 'd'ream before.

    Happy inking.

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