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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, May 3, 2009

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, May 3, 2009


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Waiting for the Stage

By Richard Caton Woodville

19th Century


This week, for Sunday, May 3rd, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


stage

stop


This week, we celebrate the birthday of American painter Richard Caton Woodville, who was born on April 30, 1822. To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers a sample of his artwork to accompany this week’s prompt.


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 by Sunday, May 3rd, 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?


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.


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!


Would you like to read through the entire Bible in 2009? Please join us at The Heart of a Ready Writer.


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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, April 26, 2009

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, April 26, 2009


April is National Poetry Month in the U.S.


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Turk Stroking his Horse

By Eugene Delacroix

c1824


This week, for Sunday, April 26th, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


beast

bless

bold


This week, we celebrate the birthday of French Romantic painter Ferdinand Victor Eugene Delacroix, who was born on April 26, 1798. To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers samples of his artwork to accompany this week’s prompt.


Above:

Sultan of Morocco

By Eugene Delacroix

1845

Below:

A Young Tiger Playing with its Mother

by Eugene Delacroix

1830



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 by Sunday, April 26th, 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?


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.


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!


Would you like to read through the entire Bible in 2009? Please join us at The Heart of a Ready Writer.


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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, April 19, 2009

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, April 19, 2009


April is National Poetry Month in the U.S.


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Interior of a Farm House

By Thomas Hart Benton

1936


This week, for Sunday, April 19th, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


cast

catch

confuse


This week, we celebrate the birthday of American Regionalist painter Thomas Hart Benton, who was born on April 15, 1889. To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers samples of his artwork to accompany this week’s prompt.


Above:

Boy Fishing

By Thomas Hart Benton

1930s

Below:

Threshing Wheat

By Thomas Hart Benton

1939


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 by Sunday, April 19th, 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?


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.


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!


Would you like to read through the entire Bible in 2009? Please join us at The Heart of a Ready Writer.


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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, April 12, 2009

Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, April 12, 2009


April is National Poetry Month in the U.S.


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Twas Brillig

By William John Leech

1910


This week, for Sunday, April 12th, our SIMPLY SNICKERS poetry prompt includes these key words:


blue

bright

bring


This week, we celebrate the birthday of Irish painter William John Leech, who was born on April 10, 1881. To honor this artist, SIMPLY SNICKERS offers samples of his artwork to accompany this week’s prompt.


Above:

The Goose Girl

By William John Leech

1910-1914

Below:

The Blue Shop

By William John Leech

1917



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 by Sunday, April 12th, 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?


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.


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!


Would you like to read through the entire Bible in 2009? Please join us at The Heart of a Ready Writer.


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