Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – “Courage” – April 13, 2020

Your Weekly Prompt – Courage – April 13, 2020.

troubles on my mind

it takes silence to listen

and courage to learn

Go where the prompt leads you and publish a post on your own blog that responds to the prompt. It can be words and/or images. Please keep it family friendly. Prompts close 7 days from the close of my post.

Link your blog to mine with a pingback. To do a pingback: Copy the URL (the HTTPS:// address of my post) and paste it into your post. You may also place a copy of the URL of your post in the comments of the current week’s prompt.

Let’s be creative and have fun!

Last week’s roundup – CaptivatingApril 6, 2020.

The Bag Lady

I Write Her

Does Writing Excuse Watching?

freshdaisiesdotme

Art, Photography and Poetry

Nova’s Namaste 365 Online

Reena Saxena

The Twisting Tail

Kim Blades Writing Blog

Keep it Alive

Paperkutzs

Jen Goldie

Cobbled Contemplations ~ Poetry, Etc.

thoughts and entanglements

Wild Scared Crazy

Curious as a Cathy

paeansunpluggedblog

Magical-Normal Life

The Ederren

Words Less Spoken

One Woman’s Quest

Poetic Thoughts

A sincere thank you to all the participants and be sure to check out the comment links and pingbacks to view other posts inspired by this week’s weekly prompt.

-Eugenia

Photo by Lisa Fotios from Pexels

61 responses to “Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – “Courage” – April 13, 2020

  1. Like the poetry.

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  2. ” Courage’. Good choice. Appropriate for the times😊.

    Pat

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  4. Wow! Fantastic post 😀

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  5. True, silence to listen and courage to learn 🙂

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  6. Hi, Eugenia. Another great weekly prompt and image. Here is my offering and response to weekly prompt ‘Courage’. Here’s the link https://goffjamesart.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/senryu-life-emptied-of-noise-a-poem-by-goff-james/.

    Have a great day.

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  8. Excellent and powerful. Wow.

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  12. Rhen Laird

    Your short lines are perfection! Wise words indeed.

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  13. So true. Beautiful poem.

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  18. Courage, what we are seeing in ordinary people these days!

    http://forbiddenbromance.com/2020/04/14/comfort/

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  24. Eugenia,

    I’m sorry for the late visit. Just when I think I can breathe a little easier to do the things I need, something else…more like someone else has me doing other things. lol This is temporary and there are so many things we’re having to adjust while DH is working from home. I’m very thankful he can do this unlike those who can’t. 🙂

    I like your weekly word prompt and verse to go with the challenge. I wish I could devote some time to it but honestly I’m barely making it as it is so I’ll have to wait, unless inspiration hits unexpectedly and that has happened.

    Stay well, my friend! xx

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  25. This is beautiful and inspiring.

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  28. Perhaps it’s because I worked in the homeless serving sector for so many years I am sensitive to terms like ‘bag lady’, especially when followed by ‘watching’. Anyway, funny story. I read your first three titles from last week’s round-up, “The Bag Lady.” “I write her.” “Does writing excuse watching.” And thought… oh. There’s an interesting juxtaposition for a Haiku.

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  29. I like your observations and thank you for sharing. The 3 titles would make the most interesting Haiku. I would think to work in the homeless serving sector could be concerning, yet fulfilling.

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