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Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, March 7, 2010


Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, March 7, 2010

Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


La Petite Reveuse
By Jean-Francois Gilles Colson
18th Century

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

seam (or seem)
secret
snooze
sweet

Use all of these words, or as many as you can, in your own original poem this week.

This week, we celebrate the birthday of French painter Jean-Francois Gilles Colson, who was born on March 2, 1733.

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


Above:
A Sleeping Girl
By Jean-Francois Gilles Colson
18th Century
Below:
Portrait - Marquis de La Tour en Woevre
By Jean-Francois Gilles Colson
18th 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)
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, February 28, 2010


Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, February 28, 2010

Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.

Der Kanzler SĂ©guier beim Einzug Ludwigs XIV
By Charles le Brun
circa 1670

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

raise
rise
rouse

This week, we celebrate the birthday of French painter Charles le Brun, who was born on February 24, 1619.

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

Above:
Trois TĂȘtes d'Hommes en Telation avec le Lion
By Charles le Brun
1671
Below:
Portrait of King Louis XIV
By Charles le Brun
1668

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)
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, February 21, 2010


Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.

Crows Perching on Trees
By Charles-Francois Daubigny
1873

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

crow
glow
stow

This week, we celebrate the birthday of Charles-Francois Daubigny, who was born on February 15, 1817.

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

Above:
Moonlight on Water
By Charles-Francois Daubigny
1860s
Below:
Near Andresy
By Charles-Francois Daubigny
1872

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)
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, February 14, 2010


Poetry Prompt - through Sunday, February 14, 2010

Welcome to SIMPLY SNICKERS.


Running with Black Panther and White Doves
By Mary Lovelace O’Neil
21st Century

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

blues
choose
hues

This week, we celebrate the birthday of American painter Mary Lovelace O’Neil, who was born on February 10, 1942.

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


Above:
Meaningless Ritual
By Mary Lovelace O’Neil
21st Century
Below:
Tillie, Lassie and the Don III D
By Mary Lovelace O’Neil
21st 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)
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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