Here is the nineteenth instalment in my weekly writing series. Each week, I give you an idea – whether it’s a magazine to write for, a theme for a short story and/or poem, an idea for an article…Here are the first , second , third , fourth , fifth , sixth , seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth instalments in the series.
This week, it’s the letter S’s turn. And S is for Seasons. Use the different seasons to inspire you in your writing, whether it’s for a short story, article or poem. You can take one season, or why not write about them all?
A Poem of Two Halves:
Dark Thoughts for All Seasons
Spring: The Easter bunny, helping build the obese,
Summer: Heat waves, aiding the spread of skin cancer,
Autumn: Darker days, bringing with it depression,
Winter: Christmas costs, who says scrooge died long ago?
Happy Thoughts for All Seasons
Spring: Lambs and fresh flowers, nature reigns eternal,
Summer: Glorious sunshine, lifting all hearts,
Autumn: Crisp colours, sweet harvest smells linger,
Winter: Snowflakes and sledging, a child’s dream.
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