“In true dialogue, both sides are willing to change.” ~ Thich Nhat Hanh
above is taped to a glass dividing patients and pain management health care
providers, I noticed it while I waited for an enraged man to stop yelling at a nurse.
The nurse kept on trying to get a word in, but the man would just shout louder.
I read the quote, and thought, Irony has a peculiar sense of humor. I also thought that the word “dialogue”
might make an interesting prompt.
So, dear poets and storytellers, for today’s optional prompt, I would like you to create poetry or prose that includes dialogue (literally or figuratively, internal or external… your choice).
As always, if the prompt doesn’t speak to you, share any piece of poetry or prose which does. New or old, fiction or nonfiction, short or longish (369 words or fewer). Share the direct link to your post. One link per participant, please. After you share your words, visit other word lovers, and start a dialogue.
Rommy will ask us to shape our thoughts around the word “ordinary”, and
whatever that brings up for us.