Created by WtW writers, these one-liners will cast you into a stream of words—the aim is to write as much as possible without writer's block getting in the way.
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Write . . .
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- about a box that holds memories. Which three memories do you put in it? (by Elizabeth Lopez)
- about what you would do if you had a whole day without technology. (by ArtCat)
- about a person walking down your street. Where are they going, and why are they carrying three large buckets? (by Paisley Blue)
- a poem with one semicolon, one long dash, one comma, one set of speech marks, and one period. (BizzleWrites)
- about a “dress like its 2020” day at a school in 2068. What do the students wear? (by Spade)
- about a used book and all the people and places it's seen. (by SnowLeopard06)
- a recipe for your personality with “ingredients” like a “cup of courage” or a “pinch of patience.” (by Renegade_Writer)