Greetings, poets and storytellers. Welcome to another Writers’ Pantry, where everyone is invited to share prose or poetry that is new or old, short or long (if going for prose, the wordcount should be 369 words or fewer). I hope you are well and that your muse is inspired. And yes, the state of the world is extra complicated at the moment. But we still have words, and words can always brew hope.
The Pantry stays open for a week. Feed the direct link to your contribution to Mr. Linky, one entry per participant. Visit other writers. Let them know what their words do for you.
Announcements and Reminders:
- in her latest Wild Fridays: Thought Provokers, Rosemary shares the poems “You Are Who I Love” by Aracelis Girmay and “I Don’t Know What Will Kill Us First: The Race War or What We’ve Done to the Earth” by Fatimah Asghar, and offers commentary which addresses current events and discusses where Poets and Storytellers United stands when it comes to the matter. If you missed it, do follow the link and join the conversation.
- for the next Weekly Scribblings, Sanaa wishes us “to write while inspired by pavement.” We can use the word as a metaphor, in a phrase, as an idiom, imagery…
Let’s say safe. Let’s do our best to stay healthy. Let’s stay writing.