One Deep Breath: Ink

I looked at ODB this morning, shocked to find another weekly prompt generator is closing up, moving on. I haven’t been consistent in my postings and probably won’t until the end of March. All my concentration is on the national board writing for teaching. I must send everything off by March 31st.
Last week, the day after Valentine’s Day, my computer crashed. My husband and I had been talking about a laptop. Suddenly, we were forced into action. So today, I am typing on my new computer. It feels decadent. In the meantime, we had the computer looked at and it was a monitor issue (so now we will get a flat screen)and it will also return with 1 gig of memory(it had way less than that) this has I believe, 2 gigs.

The prompt was “ink”

keys click, thoughts race
printer spits another draft
out, revision

entry completed
more straw in the mind waits to
become golden words

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It has been so much fun to get the prompts from the One Deep Breath site. I so appreciate their dedication over the last year and a half. Their prompt in October 2006 inspired me to set up this blog. Thank you for that Jennifer and Susan, the women who created the blog.

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11 Responses to One Deep Breath: Ink

  1. AnnieElf says:

    Outstanding Jone the way you mix modern imagery with fairytales.

  2. Andrée says:

    Welcome, Jone! You are on the blogroll. The prompt will be posted at midnight tonite. I look forward to reading your poetry again!

  3. qualcosa di bello says:

    i’m with the others on the straw/gold concept…that is a terrific metaphor for writing

  4. Inland Empire Girl says:

    best of luck as you continue with your national boards… your energy and dedication is inspiring.

  5. UL says:

    perfect, very nice….thanks for sharing.

  6. paisley says:

    as we continue to spin straw into gold… this was lovely….

  7. Andrée says:

    When reading this, I felt that the writer was frustrated, perhaps tired. I like the connection to Rapunzel: very apt. But you have to understand, you who can write poetry are the envy of me because I only turn straw into frayed straw. Our submission can be found here. Thank you for visiting.

  8. Sandy Carlson says:

    The idea of straw in the mind is wonderful. Thanks for these!
    Writing in Faith: Poems

  9. tumblewords says:

    Great! Love the straw/gold, too. Hope there’ll be another haiku prompt site – I’ll watch for you there…

  10. lissa says:

    I can understand this. sometimes a first draft is not enough.I really like the first part.

  11. spacedlaw says:

    I love the second part and the straw becomng gold.

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