Welcome to week three (3) of the re-opening of Writer’s Island. In the first two weeks lots of Islanders, former and new, have come ashore to share their writing… so let’s keep the “language luau” cookin’!
Remember, new prompt(s) every Saturday, and to make it easy this time around, when what you’ve written is ready to read by the other Islanders, just post your link right here at the bottom of this post — no waiting, no looking for a different place to post your link, and you can leave a comment as a part of your posted link. You can now also reply directly to any other comment.
••> The third official re-opening celebration prompt is: THE KEY… Pretend you were digging in the sand, or exploring the old abandoned Island plantation, or the wreckage of that old ship on the rocks off the south shore — and you found a key. Tell us in your words (poem, prose, flash fiction) the why, who, what, where, when, or how regarding that key you’re holding — whatever moves you to write. Maybe it includes a visual response? It’s your thing — so do wha’cha wanna…
Relax, respond to the prompt when you’re ready — or just leave a comment to say hi! Again, welcome back to the the Island. Toss me a mango please, go have yourself a nice cool drink of choice, and let’s enjoy that tropical breeze!!! 😉