” The weekend is close and I am looking forward to have more time for thinking, writing and rhyming. Because that is exactly the process for me before a text comes to life in its form ~ be it as it is or maybe it will develop over time. Anyway I am looking forward to three days extra time which throws the usual every day life out of balance.
Tomorrows prompt again is from my twitter timeline and that from @papierkind . It is lovely that I may follow her since a while and read her tweets. She enchants me with wonderful poetic texts and food for thought ~ and that is the case today with her tweet.
That is why todays prompt for #frapalymo on May 18th is: „and wherever I am the sea comes ashore/ und dort, wo ich auch immer bin, läuft gerade das meer an land“* – Thanks a lot for this tweet to @papierkind . I am curious where your sea comes ashore and what I will find there to see/read.
(This part is not translated exactly from Frau Paulchens blog post as it has to be a bit different for those of you who want to write poems to these prompts in English and post them here in this blog. Even though you are invited to send them to @FrauPaulchen too if you want to. I am happy to translate them for you)
You are invited to write a poem to the above prompt “bring a sentence/part of a sentence of the book you are actually reading into a poem ~ but highlight it accordingly (italic or bolt which is also possible in the comments)”. It is entirely up to you if you just want to keep it for yourself but it would be wonderful if you want to share it with us.
You can either post it on your blog and let me know that I can link to it and tweet about it via @Morgaine620 or Bee.Halton(at)gmail.com. Or you can post it in the comment box underneath the corresponding post. I am looking forward to reading your poems .