“The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” ― Alan W. Watts
Change is usually difficult and you'd think by now I'd know that the best way to maneuver it would be to stop fighting the changes and just go with the flow, but it seems it is my life's mission to learn the hard way.
Where in your life do you need less struggle and more flow?
Show us a time when you allowed yourself to go with the flow.
Free write for ten minutes around one of the two sentences above or what flow/ing means to you.
Suggested poetry type: Monorhyme
|Drawing and coloring help me feel in the flow.|
Music for your Muse:
Remember, our prompts are only suggestions, where you find inspiration for your poetry is up to you.
During OctPoWriMo, if you want to make sure that we know you have written something new, comment in that day's post with your link to your blog and/or share your link on Twitter with the hashtag, #OctPoWriMo.If you would like to leave an active link in the comments:
<a href = "your link">your title</a>
You have to put the link to your post (same link you would put in the comment section) in the, "your link" space within the quotations and the title to your post in the, your title, space.
Our link would look like this:
Once you hit publish on your comment it would look like this (only with the name of your post):
I hope that helps. You don't have to do this, it is only if you would like to make your link an active link.
Remember to visit two or more OctPoWriMo participants and leave encouraging and supportive words along the way.
Read, Dance, Write, Repeat.
Yes she is on Google+ too!Wild Woman Waking & Dancing within Shadow, is a writing rebel, foodie, urban gardener, recovering perfectionist, facilitator of magical circles and poet who (mostly) doesn't let her fears get in the way of her passion for writing and creating. When she isn't working with clients, writing or dancing, you can find her encouraging and supporting her writing community at @StoryDam, #OctPoWriMo, #PoetsonthePage, and Playing with Words on her blog.