Greetings, word lovers. In a world where so much is changing, it feels quite good to say that. So, I’ll say it again, a little louder, “Greetings, word lovers!” I hope today offers you (and me) at least one thing to smile (even laugh) about—disaster just shouldn’t have the last laugh.
Around the world, different individuals and some groups have been collecting COVID-19 quarantine inspired stories. The tales are being told through photographs, through song, through ink. For today’s prompt, I invite you to partake in the latter. Let’s write new prose or poetry which describes an instant, or a day, or a week, or a month… during the current pandemic. I would love it if most of our contributions were Slices of Life, but it is not a requirement. Your entry can be fiction or nonfiction, the choice is always yours.
Add the direct link to your contribution to Mr. Linky—one per participant, please. If you choose to write prose, do let your count be 369 words or fewer. This prompt shall remain open until next Wednesday. Visit other poets and storytellers. Let’s ink history.