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Heart Song

From The Selected Works of Oscar Wilde, found poem and image by Erica Gerald Mason

oscar wilde, blackout poetry, found poetry, book page art, poem, erica gerald mason

 

the

broken

heart

must sing

one last song

 

 

The Echo Lies

From The Selected Works of Oscar Wilde, found poem and image by Erica Gerald Mason

found poetry, blackout poetry, oscar wilde

an echo

does not prove anything

to be true

 

 

Wanderlust – a found poem

From Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, found poem and image by Erica Gerald Mason

Wanderlust a found poem by Erica Gerald Mason at Écririons

 

Wanderlust

I

saw

the woods and became

impatient

to see the shore.

Inspiration & Connection Writing Prompt #9

Weekly Writing Prompt Link Up at Écririons

Welcome to the Weekly Inspiration and Connection Writing Prompt Link Up here at Écririons!
This prompt is brought to you by our Core Writer Erica Gerald Mason. Be sure to connect with her on social media this week: twitter | facebook | instagram

Each Monday, I’ll be posting a writing prompt. It might come as an image, a song, a question, a piece of dialogue, a word or an idea.

The purpose of this weekly writing prompt challenge is to get you writing, to get you trying new things as well as connecting you with other writers and readers. You can find the full rules here.

Here’s a quick run down:
Use the given prompt to create a new, original creation. It can be a story, a poem, a song, a dance etc
Share it on your own site and be sure to include the Écririons banner by copying the following code and paste it into your html/text editor (replace the brackets with < and >)
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On Sunday night, one of our editors/authors at Écririon will go through the linked up posts and pick our top 3 and feature them in the new post the next day.
Be sure to use our hashtag on social media #EcririonsPrompt

Week 9 Prompt:

A last kiss on the first day of spring.

Entries:
After writing your story, share a link to the post in the comments below.

Remember This – Found Poem

From The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, found poem and image by Erica Gerald Mason

Remember This a found poem by Erica Gerald Mason at Écririons

 

Remember This:

You

are

blessed and enchanted

with the beauty of the starlight.

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