6-word-Saturday

Experiencing a pathetic no writing patch

dVerse poets’ pub set a prompt to get my teeth into – to write a poem using extended metaphor, but I couldn’t get motivated  

 Red Wolf Poems  gave us some Wordle words:  green,  wine, bloggers, papers, vanilla,  gin, moles, stain (after a boozy party?) and all I could come up with was:

Bloggers who mix wine with gin
will find green stains on their skin

So I think poetry has taken a sabbatical!  I’ve been making Christmas presents recently – fluffy scarves for various small friends, an insulated oven cloth for a friend with burned forearms Yellow ovencloth, 11.9.14 and I’ve started on a knitted baby blanket.  While knitting, I am pondering the next quilting project – there are some mouth-watering fabrics sitting on my workroom table waiting to be transformed.

Have a good week everyone.

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20 Responses to 6-word-Saturday

  1. It happens to us all. I have learned not to worry; it always comes back.

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  2. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    Sometimes all you can do is walk away from the writing for a while, but ONLY for a while!

    6WS and Shadow Shot

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  3. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    It sounds as if your creative urges are going in other directions, and good ones. I didn’t do the extended metaphor thing either. Had enough other things on my plate lately, and refuse to push myself. Poetry’s my joy; why make it a chore?

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  4. Dawn says:

    Knitting is a good activity until you find your writing mojo again!

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  5. colonialist says:

    For a not write patch, you still don’t go far wrong!

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  6. Kathe W. says:

    sometimes one just has to rest the brain! Cheers!

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  7. You sound very industrious, and organised. I’m sure your poetry muse will return – maybe it just needed a short break. 🙂

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  8. Your muse is hiding around the corner. She’ll jump out and surprise you when you least expect it, you just see!

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  9. Mlissabeth says:

    I know what you mean, but mine has lasted all summer!😦

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  10. Karen S. says:

    Sounds like a fun project! I like the quote too, enjoy your weekend and hopefully your writer’s inspiration will flow quickly across your paper or screen!

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  11. restlessjo says:

    That’s not like you, Viv! 🙂 Change of season or change is as good as a rest? Sounds like you’re busy enough anyway. Take care!

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  12. Misky says:

    A happy weekend to you, too, Viv.

    >

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  13. Jim says:

    🙂 You are spending your off time wisely, Viv. But it will come back, you are one of those people who don’t change, like the “small brown butterfly.” I love that little ditty of yours down a post.
    ..

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  14. Judy says:

    Love your Christmas presents! Writing will come back!

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  15. granny1947 says:

    Just can’t imagine mixing wine with gin…yech!
    Writing blocks are dreadful.
    It will come back.
    You are preparing for Christmas.
    I am impressed.
    I usually panic the day before!

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  16. Ron. says:

    Dry spell here, too, V. Thank goodness for that (fatter than any other file I have) “Works In Progress” file. Edit. Rewrite. Edit. Repeat.

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  17. Debbie Smyth says:

    Sounds like your creativity is taking a different route at the moment 🙂

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  18. Romi says:

    Your Christmas presents sound wonderful.
    Have a good week, too.

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