October 15: Change of Perspective #OctPoWriMo #Writober and #NanoPrep

Blue Moss by Maria L. Berg 2020

Today’s theme, along with this great post on infrared photography and Halloween decorations, inspired a fun photo-adventure this morning.

My camera has a cool filter that will let me choose red, blue, yellow or green and make everything else black and white. I grabbed my exercise mat and lay under some trees to see what I could do with these new perspectives.

Illusion of Reflection by Maria L. Berg 2020


Read for inspiration and craft

Recommended poem: Three poems by Rosemerry Whatola Trommer

Online journal: One Art

Spotlight Poem from OctPoWriMo Day 14

The Scrapbook by Amrita Paul

Poetry prompt Today’s OctPoWriMo prompt is Change of Perspective

Forms Diamante or Prose poem

And the work is never done

In the subdued light at the tail terminus of a daydream, behind the fret of journey’s end, I grieve the rudder of purpose and mope in the posterior of objective. Ruminating design’s end, I sulk in the threatening atmosphere of ambition’s conclusion. The final revision is worry’s resting place where I speculate the extremity of intention, and reflect upon this stub I found to Haven, considering the target of that train.

Pieces of Yellow by Maria L. Berg 2020


For today’s visual prompt, I chose “Good Night” by Stephen Koidl

micro-story : She watched each steady breath. His eyes jerked under his lids. His fingers twitched. Her elongated fingernails reached out. She had the strongest longing to dig into his dreams, but she was still able to stop herself, for now. Ever since he took her hiking in that cave, she couldn’t sleep. All she could do is hover, and watch.

Read for inspiration and craft

Horror fiction story Nobody Gets Out Alive by George R. Galuschak

Horror online magazine Electric Spec

NaNo Prep

It’s a beautiful sunny day and I may not get another one in a while, so I’m going to spend my day with my notebook, brainstorming plot-points. I didn’t get very far on my outlining, so I’m going to try again.

2 thoughts on “October 15: Change of Perspective #OctPoWriMo #Writober and #NanoPrep

  1. Pingback: #NaPoWriMo Day 2: A Different Choice | Experience Writing

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