Poetry Prompt #3





Hi everyone,

I’m inviting you to be colourfully creative this week. Last week’s Bubbles prompt attracted some great submissions and I’m looking forward to seeing what you come up with in response to today’s theme. Your poem can be rhyming or non-rhyming, serious or silly – as long as it’s child-friendly. Thanks to everyone who’s been sending in submissions for the Poem of the Day. I love reading your work and appreciate your generosity in sharing it with other poetry lovers. If you’re still thinking about submitting, please do. And if you’ve missed a prompt you can always catch up later.

Email your poems to traffa-m@bigpond.net.au as a Word or Text file attachment and add a few lines about your writing process.

Happy writing!



2 thoughts on “Poetry Prompt #3

  1. Hello Teena – I’ve got this one already written. It’s for Sally Odgers’ new collection about toys, but she doesn’t mind if it’s been published before. Best, Virginia Dr Virginia Lowe Create a Kids’ Book http://www.createakidsbook.com.au PO Box 2, Ormond Victoria 3204 ph: 03 9578 5689 mob: 0400 488 100 “Stories, Pictures and Reality: Two children tell” (Routledge 2007) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Create-a-Kids-Book/216518838392741

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