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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, January 3, 2010

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, January 3, 2010


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Liegende auf Diwan

By Max Pechstein

Circa 1910


This week, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


stalk

stare

streak


This week, we celebrate the birthday of German Expressionist painter Max Pechstein, who was born on December 31, 1881.


To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers samples of this artist’s work to accompany this week’s prompt.


Above:

Kornfield

By Max Pechstein

1922

Below:

Gehöft IV

By Max Pechstein

1918


Feel free to use the artwork in your own blog post, or not, as inspiration strikes you. Just be sure to come back to SIMPLY SNICKERS, and leave a comment with a link to your post, once you have published your poem on your own blog.

Please check out the other SIMPLY SNICKERS entries. What creative writer doesn’t appreciate encouraging comments?

Are you on the SIMPLY SNICKERS blogroll?

If you participate regularly,

and you would like to be added,

just leave a comment below to ask!


We also invite you to visit The Meme Express for daily blogging prompts. Try today’s prompt, or pick one from the archives. See what starts your creative engine – for poetry, prose, photography or other postings.


Bonus link hint:

On Sundays,

you may leave comments

(with links to your SIMPLY SNICKERS entries)

at The Meme Express,

which issues a Sunday Invitation

to SIMPLY SNICKERS each week

and daily blogging prompts

throughout the week.


Love poetry? Click here to stop by at Linda Ann Nickerson’s poetry and humor blog, Nickers and Ink. Click here to subscribe to an RSS feed for this writer's helpful Helium content. If you wish, click here for a free subscription to this author's online AC content, so you won't miss a single post!


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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, December 27, 2009

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, December 27, 2009


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Costa Brava

By Winifred Nicholson

Circa 1953


This week, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


bold

bounty

bright


This week, we celebrate the birthday of British painter Winifred Nicholson, who was born on December 21, 1893.


To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers samples of this artist’s work to accompany this week’s prompt.


Above:

Cineraria and Cyclamen

By Winifred Nicholson

1927

Below:

The Hunter’s Moon

By Winifred Nicholson

1955



Feel free to use the artwork in your own blog post, or not, as inspiration strikes you. Just be sure to come back to SIMPLY SNICKERS, and leave a comment with a link to your post, once you have published your poem on your own blog.

Please check out the other SIMPLY SNICKERS entries. What creative writer doesn’t appreciate encouraging comments?

Are you on the SIMPLY SNICKERS blogroll?

If you participate regularly,

and you would like to be added,

just leave a comment below to ask!


We also invite you to visit The Meme Express for daily blogging prompts. Try today’s prompt, or pick one from the archives. See what starts your creative engine – for poetry, prose, photography or other postings.


Bonus link hint:

On Sundays,

you may leave comments

(with links to your SIMPLY SNICKERS entries)

at The Meme Express,

which issues a Sunday Invitation

to SIMPLY SNICKERS each week

and daily blogging prompts

throughout the week.


Love poetry? Click here to stop by at Linda Ann Nickerson’s poetry and humor blog, Nickers and Ink. Click here to subscribe to an RSS feed for this writer's helpful Helium content. If you wish, click here for a free subscription to this author's online AC content, so you won't miss a single post!


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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, December 20, 2009

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, December 20, 2009


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Bellingen Pastoral

By Elioth Gruner

1937


This week, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


fair

fine

frost


This week, we celebrate the birthday of Australian landscape painter Elioth Gruner, who was born on December 16, 1882.


To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers samples of this artist’s work to accompany this week’s prompt.


Above:

Frosty Morning

By Elioth Gruner

1915

Below:

Morning Light

By Elioth Gruner

20th Century



Feel free to use the artwork in your own blog post, or not, as inspiration strikes you. Just be sure to come back to SIMPLY SNICKERS, and leave a comment with a link to your post, once you have published your poem on your own blog.

Please check out the other SIMPLY SNICKERS entries. What creative writer doesn’t appreciate encouraging comments?


Are you on the SIMPLY SNICKERS blogroll?

If you participate regularly,

and you would like to be added,

just leave a comment below to ask!


We also invite you to visit The Meme Express for daily blogging prompts. Try today’s prompt, or pick one from the archives. See what starts your creative engine – for poetry, prose, photography or other postings.


Bonus link hint:

On Sundays,

you may leave comments

(with links to your SIMPLY SNICKERS entries)

at The Meme Express,

which issues a Sunday Invitation

to SIMPLY SNICKERS each week

and daily blogging prompts

throughout the week.



Love poetry? Click here to stop by at Linda Ann Nickerson’s poetry and humor blog, Nickers and Ink. Click here to subscribe to an RSS feed for this writer's helpful Helium content. If you wish, click here for a free subscription to this author's online AC content, so you won't miss a single post!


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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, December 13, 2009

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, December 13, 2009


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Gilbert Cannan at His Mill

By Mark Gertler

1916


This week, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


spin

spray

stern


This week, we celebrate the birthday of British painter Mark Gertler, who was born on December 9, 1891.

To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers samples of this artist’s work to accompany this week’s prompt.


Above:

The Artist’s Mother

By Mark Gertler

1913

Below:

Golden Pheasant

By Mark Gertler

1932



Feel free to use the artwork in your own blog post, or not, as inspiration strikes you. Just be sure to come back to SIMPLY SNICKERS, and leave a comment with a link to your post, once you have published your poem on your own blog.

Please check out the other SIMPLY SNICKERS entries. What creative writer doesn’t appreciate encouraging comments?


Are you on the SIMPLY SNICKERS blogroll?

If you participate regularly,

and you would like to be added,

just leave a comment below to ask!


We also invite you to visit The Meme Express for daily blogging prompts. Try today’s prompt, or pick one from the archives. See what starts your creative engine – for poetry, prose, photography or other postings.



Bonus link hint:

On Sundays,

you may leave comments

(with links to your SIMPLY SNICKERS entries)

at The Meme Express,

which issues a Sunday Invitation

to SIMPLY SNICKERS each week

and daily blogging prompts

throughout the week.


Love poetry? Click here to stop by at Linda Ann Nickerson’s poetry and humor blog, Nickers and Ink. Click here to subscribe to an RSS feed for this writer's helpful Helium content. If you wish, click here for a free subscription to this author's online AC content, so you won't miss a single post!


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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, December 6, 2009

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, December 6, 2009


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Minnie Mouse

By Walt Disney

Early 20th Century


This week, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


magic

make

mastery


This week, we celebrate the birthday of artist, animator and film producer Walt Disney, who was born on December 5, 1901. Walt Disney, of course, was the founder of Disneyland and Walt Disney World.


To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers samples of this artist’s work to accompany this week’s prompt.


Above:

Alice in Wonderland

By Walt Disney

(for 1951 animated film)

Below:

Walt Disney and Friends



Feel free to use the artwork in your own blog post, or not, as inspiration strikes you. Just be sure to come back to SIMPLY SNICKERS, and leave a comment with a link to your post, once you have published your poem on your own blog.


Walt Disney

On U.S. postage stamp

1968


Please check out the other SIMPLY SNICKERS entries. What creative writer doesn’t appreciate encouraging comments?


Are you on the SIMPLY SNICKERS blogroll?

If you participate regularly,

and you would like to be added,

just leave a comment below to ask!


We also invite you to visit The Meme Express for daily blogging prompts. Try today’s prompt, or pick one from the archives. See what starts your creative engine – for poetry, prose, photography or other postings.



Bonus link hint:

On Sundays,

you may leave comments

(with links to your SIMPLY SNICKERS entries)

at The Meme Express,

which issues a Sunday Invitation

to SIMPLY SNICKERS each week

and daily blogging prompts

throughout the week.


Love poetry? Click here to stop by at Linda Ann Nickerson’s poetry and humor blog, Nickers and Ink. Click here to subscribe to an RSS feed for this writer's helpful Helium content. If you wish, click here for a free subscription to this author's online AC content, so you won't miss a single post!

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