Monday Morning Writing Prompt–Circular Poetry


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It’s Monday afternoon here and Tuesday in some part of the world. My house guests have left and little-by-little I will return to my routine and become re-acquainted with the goings-on in the world of our poetry communities.

For today’s prompt, I would like to suggest a circular poem (or short fiction.) Think about something that begins and ends back where it begins. You may consider life cycles, seasons, journeys, relationships, sacred geometry…anything that is cyclical/circular. You can use any poetic form if you choose to write poetry and may want to try something that uses repetition or even a structure such as a circle or spiral.

This week I didn’t have a chance to write anything, but hopefully I will have something for you very soon. Please submit your poem or a link to it in the comment section of this post. Short fiction is also welcome.

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30 thoughts on “Monday Morning Writing Prompt–Circular Poetry

  1. […] Monday Morning Writing Prompt – Circular Poetry (liv2write2day.wordpress.com) […]

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  2. seabell says:

    Here is a simple “quadra”, kind of a Portuguese haiku, wishing you a pleasant weekend:

    A Circle in His Eyes…
    In his eyes she saw the circle
    In his eyes she read enigmas
    She stepped out of the circle
    Out of deceit and stigmas

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  3. dani says:

    thank you for visiting my blog. here’s the link to my poem ~

    http://haikulovesongs.wordpress.com/2011/03/31/we-take-a-breath/

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  4. […] is my submission for the   Monday Morning Prompt at   liv2write2day’s Blog prompt: “For today’s prompt, I would like to suggest a […]

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  5. Jamie Dedes says:

    There is something about a work that comes full circle that is satisfying. Something organic about it. Very fine suggestion.

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  6. This was a very challenging prompt. Here is my attempt – hope it fits the prompt. I always enjoy your Monday Morning Writing Prompts.
    Thank You,
    Isadora

    http://insidethemindofisadora.wordpress.com

    Monday Morning Prompt – Circular “One Quarter”

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  7. ladynimue says:

    Interesting prompt ! Am already thinking …

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  8. trisha says:

    very interesting theme this time victoria. are you having any problem in wordpress?

    wordpress blogs are seldom opening properly here.

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  9. I hope you had a good time with your guests, interesting challenge, maybe I’ll write something later one! Thanks !

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  10. Bodhirose says:

    Well, Victoria, I recently tried my hand at a palindrome poem and thought it may be appropriate for your “circle” challenge. Another tricky form to accomplish!

    http://bodhirose.wordpress.com/2011/03/28/unchanged/

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  11. […] My first word-unit palindrome poem and my entry for Monday Morning Writing Prompt:  Circular Poetry.  A palindrome can be read backward or forward. https://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2011/03/28/monday-morning-writing-prompt-circular-poetry/#respond […]

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  12. […] Monday Morning Writing Prompt – Circular Poetry (liv2write2day.wordpress.com) […]

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  13. Thanks for the inspiration for this Newsy Limerick..

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  14. […] (Prompted by this circular poetry writing prompt.) […]

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  15. Tino11 says:

    Well, I gave it a shot and I enjoyed trying. Hope you like it anyway.

    http://pspacer11.wordpress.com/2011/03/28/natures-cycle/

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  16. seabell says:

    If you need a line for a poem I can suggest this one:

    “In his eyes she saw the circle”

    And here is the link to my travel poem:

    http://seabell.wordpress.com/

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    • And, as I said on your blog, I hope YOU take it and run with it, Seabell.

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      • seabell says:

        Sorry, got it wrong! So you suggested a poem, not a line. And I think I have something written around circles… Maybe next time. I like the idea of writing a given theme!

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      • I would love to have you join up. You write wonderful poetry…and there is no deadline. I try to give a prompt every Monday to help jump-start the writing week. Thanks for the line, though. I would love to see you develop it.

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