Use the following writing prompt to write a scene.
It’s Memorial Day weekend, and you want to honor those who have died in service to the United States. Your hometown holds a parade every year, so you and your friends get together to participate. What do you do?
Use the writing prompt below to write a scene using auditory (sound) imagery and thermal (sense of hot and cold) imagery.
You take your dog for a walk in the woods near your home. You have gone only a short way when the wind picks up and your dog starts to whine. You feel a few drops of rain. Before you can turn to leave, the sky opens up and begins to pour. What do you do?
Use the following writing prompt to write a scene. Use vivid imagery to make the details come alive for the reader.
You plant colorful flowers next to your front porch. When you come home from work the next day, the flowers have been uprooted and strewn across the yard. You plant them again only to have it happen again the next day. What is happening?
Use the writing prompt below to inspire you to write a scene.
You are a mother with four children under the age of 12. Your significant other agrees to keep the kids for the night so that you can go out with your best friend. What do you do?
Use the following writing prompt to inspire you to write a scene.
You and a friend enter a local bakery. The place appears to be empty. You call out, but no one answers. On the counter are two pieces of cake with a sign, “Help yourself.” What do you do?