Sorry my dear fellow #frapalymoists, that I have not posted a prompt for two days. We had a family emergency and I needed to be there for them so there was no time for posting. Only my scheduled posts were published. All is well now so no need for worrying and I am back to translating the last few prompts for #frapalymo in November 2016. There might not be a poem from today. But I’ll be back with new poetry from tomorrow on.
I might translate the missed prompts from the beginning of the month and the one from Saturday at the beginning of December but I do not know yet if I can manage that. Let yourself be surprised :-).
But now to the prompts from yesterday and today. @FrauPaulchen chose one of her famous double prompts and that is why I translate both in one go.
#frapalymo prompt 27nov16
wow ~ a great prompt with the street noises, which evoked fine poems.
at the end of the poetry month, there is another double prompt for you which again allows you all freedoms. and who knows, maybe one or the other haiku, elevenie, pantoum, automatic poem appears again….?
so the #frapalymo prompt no 27 is: “endlessly” and not surprisingly the prompt for the second part for November 28th is “ending”. i wish you endless writing joy
#frapalymo prompt 28nov16
in short part 2 of the double prompt after the endlessness… what ending texts might the endlessness provide us with?
#frapalymo prompt no 28 is: “ending”
…and the small print: please let me know via email or twitter if you take part. then I can post the link to your blog/poem on Twitter. or post the link in the comments under the daily prompt post on my blog. the hashtag for Twitter is #frapalymo, and I am @FrauPaulchen.”
Of course, my fellow English speaking poets and poetesses rather let me @Morgaine620 know or post the link here in the comments.
You can find the original German posts here and here.
Suggestions for taking part in English #frapalymo
- read the translation of @FrauPaulchen’s prompt
2. write your English (German if you can/want to) poem on your blog and tag it with “English #frapalymo.”
3. use the “English #frapalymo” picture if you want to
4. set a link to the translated prompt here on Bee’s blog
5. visit other links posted here and if you want to/can those posted with the hashtag #fapalymo on Twitter
6. The Bee will post your link to the German #frapalymo and translate for you if you want to. Now go, create and have lots of fun!