As a writer I know that deep down each of us has stories worth telling. The writing prompts offered here will help you find your own special voice. Read them, let your mind wander freely and listen carefully to the voice within. Then begin writing. Don’t be afraid. Just write what you want to say. Amaze yourself!...

The Words of A Prophet

You are walking in the wilderness and meet a prophet who gives you a message to deliver to the world after you return to civilization.  What is this important message you receive?  Will people understand your words?   What do they say?

What Do The Old Documents Show?

Making his rounds, the night watchman stops in the back room of an office where papers are waiting to be shredded.  Two bins are filled with old ledger books and documents.  Instinctively, he looks at them before shredding them, and gasps at what they reveal.  He realizes he cannot destroy them because of the secrets they reveal.  This is what he discovers.

What Important Words Would You Want to Write on the Walls of Your Classroom

A high school English teacher encourages his students to write their most creative, their deepest thoughts on the walls of his classroom.  The students cover the walls with original art, quotes from favorite books, and the things that are in their hearts.  Many of the students look to these walls for inspiration in their own lives.  The wall, filled with student writings, tells young people that their ideas and thoughts have value and are worth sharing with others.

If you were allowed to, what  important words would you like to write on the walls of your own classroom?

What Deep Words Would You Want to Write on the Walls of Your Classroom?

A high school English teacher encourages his students to write their most creative, their deepest thoughts on the walls of his classroom. The students cover the walls with original art, quotes from favorite books, and the things that are in their hearts. Many of the students look to these walls for inspiration in their own lives. The wall filled with student writings tells young people that their ideas and thoughts have value and are worth sharing with others.
If you were allowed to, what would you have wanted to write on the walls of your own classroom when you were a student? Or, what would you like to write now?

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