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Understanding regret, by Britta Benson

Here’s my response to the five word challenge of The Procrastinators’ Weekly Writing Prompts: Remember. You can find the full prompt post by clicking on this link: https://theprocrastinators58220236.wordpress.com/2022/11/13/weekly-writing-prompts-remember/ The five words this week: remember, forget, understand, dance, connect. I didn’t write a lot more than that… Understanding regret Remember. Forget. Life: not a spectator sport.Continue reading “Understanding regret, by Britta Benson”

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Just me, by Britta Benson

Here’s my response to The Procrastinators’ Five-Word-Challenge. The five words to be used in a poem or story were: frown, basic, worry, pick, word. You can find the full prompt blog by clicking on this link: https://theprocrastinators58220236.wordpress.com/2022/10/02/sunday-writing-prompts-give-us-a-clue/ Just me I pick a word, a start, any will do for the now. A word, a worry.Continue reading “Just me, by Britta Benson”

Advice on taking, by Britta Benson

Here’s my response to the Procrastinators’ Five Word Challenge. The words this week: take, displace, cause, power, need. You can find all of their Sunday Writing Prompts here: https://theprocrastinators58220236.wordpress.com/2022/07/17/sunday-writing-prompts-movie-night/ Advice on taking Take what you need, but be generous with all that you’ve got. Displace only what you must, and in the most polite mannerContinue reading “Advice on taking, by Britta Benson”

Farewell, by Britta Benson

This poem has been prompted by the Five Word Challenge on ‘The Procrastinators’ website. The five words were: Farewell, shower, protect, eye, blue. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/114832769/posts/3815408876 Farewell Farewell, fare badly, experience the lot. Sunshine and showers, autumn leaves and spring flowers, somewhere between bluebells and snowdrops, get lost, found, meander. Farewell, fare badly, wander, keep your eyesContinue reading “Farewell, by Britta Benson”