Twas the week before Christmas and this writer was nestled snug in her bed, hoping for visions of her next story to dance in her head.
But her eyes popped open with a feeling of dread. There was no story to be found, but something else filled her thoughts instead.
So she rose from her bed with a clatter, as her cats watched her to see what was the matter.
It was as if her mind had been in a fog, until she relaxed and realized it was Monday night and she had forgotten her blog!
Dash it all!
So she grabbed her computer and started to write. But what could she possibly compose so late at night?
Why a poem of course…
…with a little help from the season. Any good writer will find a good reason to use a writer’s prompt that is tried and true, like reworking a favorite poem if she can’t think of anything else to do.
She hunkered over her computer as her fingers flew over the keys, and hoped her readers didn’t think she was too much of a tease.
And as she typed her last words and dashed of out sight, she wished everyone sweet dreams and to all a good night!