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If you’ve ever googled “writing prompts,” you’ve probably realized many of the prompts available on the internet are incredibly similar to each other. This can be frustrating when you’re trying to write something outside your comfort zone or write more often (more often than the ideas are coming to you, maybe).
I’ve dealt with this problem too. Looking for inspiration can get old fast, and before you know it you’re not even in a creative mood anymore! I developed a list of poetry prompts for this specific reason.
Below is a sample of the prompts from my new ebook: 101 Poetry Prompts: Outside-the-Box Ideas to Get You Writing. If you like the quotes I’ve decided to share below, take a peek at the rest of the prompts from the ebook on Amazon and Nook.
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