Here are 365 Creative Writing Prompts to Inspire:

  • Outside the Window: What’s the weather outside your window doing right now? If that’s not inspiring, what’s the weather like somewhere you wish you could be?
  • The Unrequited love poem: How do you feel when you love someone who does not love you back?
  • The Vessel: Write about a ship or other vehicle that can take you somewhere different from where you are now.
  • Dancing: Who’s dancing and why are they tapping those toes?
  • Food: What’s for breakfast? Dinner? Lunch? Or maybe you could write a poem about that time you met a friend at a cafe.
  • Eye Contact: Write about two people seeing each other for the first time.
  • The Rocket-ship: Write about a rocket-ship on it’s way to the moon or a distant galaxy far, far, away.
  • Dream-catcher: Write something inspired by a recent dream you had.
  • Animals: Choose an animal. Write about it!
  • Friendship: Write about being friends with someone.
  • Dragon: Envision a dragon. Do you battle him? Or is the dragon friendly? Use descriptive language.
  • Greeting: Write a story or poem that starts with the word “hello”.
  • The Letter Poem: Write a poem using words from a famous letter or a letter from your own collection.
  • The found poem: Read a book and circle some words on a page. Use those words to craft a poem. Alternatively you can cut out words and phrases from magazines.
  • Eavesdropper: Create a poem, short story, or journal entry about a conversation you’ve overheard.
  • Addict: Everyone’s addicted to something in some shape or form. What are things you can’t go without?
  • Dictionary Definition: Open up a dictionary to a random word. Define what that word means to you.
  • Cleaning: Hey, even writers and creative artists have to do housework sometimes. Write about doing laundry, dishes, and other cleaning activities.
  • Great Minds: Write about someone you admire and you thought to have had a beautiful mind.
  • Missed Connections: If you go to Craigslist, there is a “Missed Connections” section where you can find some interesting story lines to inspire your writing.
  • Foreclosure: Write a poem or short story about someone who has lost or is about to lose their home.
  • Smoke, Fog, and Haze: Write about not being able to see ahead of you.
  • Sugar: Write something so sweet, it makes your teeth hurt.
  • Numbers: Write a poem or journal entry about numbers that have special meaning to you.
  • Dread: Write about doing something you don’t want to do.
  • Fear: What scares you a little? What do you feel when scared? How do you react?
  • Closed Doors: What’s behind the door? Why is it closed?
  • Shadow: Imagine you are someone’s shadow for a day.
  • Good Vibes: What makes you smile? What makes you happy?
  • Shopping: Write about your shopping wishlist and how you like to spend money.
  • The Professor: Write about a teacher that has influenced you.
  • Rewrite a Poem: Take any poem or short story you find anywhere. Rewrite it in your own words.
  • Jewelry: Write about a piece of jewelry. Who does it belong to?
  • Sounds: Sit outside for about an hour. Write down the sounds you hear.
  • War and Peace: Write about a recent conflict.
  • Frame It: Write a poem or some phrases that would make for good wall art in your home.
  • Puzzle: Write about putting together the pieces of puzzles.
  • Fire-starters: Write about building a fire.
  • Coffee & Tea: Surely you drink one or the other or know someone who does- write about it!
  • Car Keys: Write about someone getting their driver’s license for the first time.
  • What You Don’t Know: Write about a secret you’ve kept from someone else or how you feel when you know someone is keeping a secret from you.
  • Warehouse: Write about being inside an old abandoned warehouse.
  • The Sound of Silence: Write about staying quiet when you feel like shouting.
  • Insult: Write about being insulted.
  • Mirror, Mirror: What if you mirror started talking to you?
  • Dirty: Write a poem about getting covered in mud.
  • Light Switch: Write about coming out of the dark and seeing the light.
  • The Stars: Take inspiration from a night sky.
  • Joke Poem: What did the wall say to the other wall? Meet ya at the corner! Hahaha.
  • Just Say No: Write about the power you felt when you told someone no.
  • 51: Sunrise/Sunset: It goes round and round.
  • Memory Lane: What’s it look like? How do you get there?
  • Tear-Jerker: Watch a movie that makes you cry. Write a poem about that scene in the movie.
  • Dear Diary: Write a poem or short story about a diary entry you’ve read or imagined.
  • Holding Hands: The first time you held someone’s hand.
  • Photograph: Write a story or journal entry influenced by a photograph.
  • Alarm Clock: Write about waking up.
  • Darkness: Write a poem or journal entry inspired by what you can’t see
  • Refreshed: Write a poem about a time you really felt refreshed and renewed. Maybe it was a dip into a pool on a hot summer day, a drink of lemonade, or other situation that helped you relax and start again.
  • Handle With Care: Write about a very fragile or delicate object.
  • Drama: Write about a time when you got stuck in between two parties fighting with each other.
  • Slip Up: Write about making mistakes.
  • Spice: Write about flavors and tastes or a favorite spice of yours.
  • Sing a New Song: Take a popular song off the radio and rewrite it as a poem in your own words.
  • Telephone: Write about a phone call you recently received.
  • Name: Write a poem or short story using your name in some way or form.
  • Dollhouse: Write a poem or short story from the viewpoint of someone living in a doll house.
  • Random Wikipedia Article: Go to Wikipedia and click on Random Article. Write about whatever the page you get.
  • Silly Sports: Write about an extreme or silly sport. If none inspire you, make up the rules for your own game.
  • Recipe: Write about a favorite recipe, or create a poem that is a recipe for something abstact, such as a feeling.
  • Famous Artwork: Choose a famous painting and write about it.
  • Where That Place Used to Be: Think of a place you went to when you were younger but it now no longer there or is something else. Capture your feelings about this in your writing.
  • Last Person You Talked to: Write a quick little poem or story about the last person you spoke with.
  • Caught Red-Handed: Write about being caught doing something embarrassing.
  • Interview: Write a list of questions you have for someone you would like to interview, real or fictional.
  • Missing You: Write about someone you miss dearly.
  • Geography: Pick a state or country you’ve never visited. Write about why you would or would not like to visit that place.
  • Random Song: Use the shuffle feature on your MP3 player or go to a site like 8tracks.com or Songza.com and pick a playlist. Write something inspired by the first song you hear.
  • Hero: Write a tribute to someone you regard as a hero.
  • Ode to Strangers: Go people watching and write an ode to a stranger you see on the street.
  • Advertisement: Advertisements are everywhere, aren’t they? Write using the slogan or line from an ad.
  • Book Inspired: Think of your favorite book. Now write a poem that sums up the entire story in 10 lines.
  • Magic: Imagine you have a touch of magic, and can make impossible things happen. What would you do?
  • Fanciest Pen: Get out your favorite pen, pencils, or even colored markers and write using them!
  • A Day in the Life: Write about your daily habits and routine.
  • Your Muse: Write about your muse – what does he or she look like? What does your muse do to inspire you?
  • Convenience Store: Write about an experience you’ve had at a gas station or convenience store.
  • Natural Wonders of the World: Choose one of the natural wonders of the world. Write about it.
  • Facebook or Twitter Status: Write a poem using the words from your latest status update or a friend’s status update. If you don’t use Facebook or Twitter, you can often search online for some funny ones to use as inspiration.
  • Green Thumb: Write about growing something.
  • Family Heirloom: Write about an object that’s been passed through the generations in your family.
  • Bug Catcher: Write about insects.
  • Potion: Write about a magic potion. What is it made of? What does it do? What is the antidote?
  • Swinging & Sliding: Write something inspired by a playground or treehouse.
  • Adjectives: Make a list of the first 5 adjectives that pop into your head. Use these 5 words in your story, poem, or journal entry.
  • Fairy Tales: Rewrite a fairy tale. Give it a new ending or make it modern or write as a poem.
  • Whispers: Write about someone who has to whisper a secret to someone else.
  • Smile: Write a poem about the things that make you smile.
  • Seasonal: Write about your favorite season.
  • Normal: What does normal mean to you? Is it good or bad to be normal?
  • Recycle: Take something you’ve written in the past and rewrite it into a completely different piece.
  • Wardrobe: Write about a fashion model or what’s currently in your closet or drawers.
  • Secret Message: Write something with a secret message hidden in between the words. For example, you could make an acrostic poem using the last letters of the word or use secret code words in the poem.
  • Vacation: Write about a vacation you took.
  • Heat: Write about being overheated and sweltering.
  • Spellbinding: Write a magic spell.
  • Puzzles: Write about doing a puzzle – jigsaw, crossword, suduko, etc.
  • Taking Chances: Everyone takes a risk at some point in their life. Write about a time when you took a chance and what the result was.
  • Carnival: Write a poem or story or journal entry inspired by a carnival or street fair.
  • Country Mouse: Write about someone who grew up in the country visiting the city for the first time.
  • 111: Questions: Write about questions you have for the universe. Optional: include an answer key.
  • Rushing: Write about moving quickly and doing things fast.
  • Staircase: Use a photo of a staircase or the stairs in your home or a building you love to inspire you.
  • Neighbors: Make up a story or poem about your next door neighbor.
  • Black and Blue: Write about a time you’ve been physically hurt.
  • All Saints: Choose a saint and create a poem about his or her life.
  • Beach Inspired: What’s not to write about the beach?
  • Shoes: What kind of shoes do you wear? Where do they lead your feet?
  • The Ex: Write a poem to someone who is estranged from you.
  • My Point of View: Write in the first person point of view.
  • Stray Animal: Think of the life of a stray cat or dog and write about that.
  • Stop and Stare: Create a poem or story about something you could watch forever.
  • Your Bed: Describe where you sleep each night.
  • Fireworks: Do they inspire you or do you not like the noise and commotion? Write about it.
  • Frozen: Write about a moment in your life you wish you could freeze and preserve.
  • Alone: Do you like to be alone or do you like having company?
  • Know-it-all: Write about something you are very knowledgeable about, for example a favorite hobby or passion of yours.
  • The Promise: Write about a promise you’ve made to someone. Did you keep that promise?
  • Commotion: Write about being overstimulated by a lot of chaos.
  • Read the News Today: Construct a poem or story using a news headline for your first line.
  • Macro: Write a description of an object close-up.
  • Transportation: Write about taking your favorite (or least-favorite) form of transportation.
  • Gadgets: If you could invent a gadget, what would it do? Are there any gadgets that make your life easier?
  • 134: Bring on the Cheese: Write a tacky love poem that is so cheesy, it belongs on top of a pizza.
  • Ladders: Write a story or poem that uses ladders as a symbol.
  • Bizarre Holiday: There is a bizarre holiday for any date! Look up a holiday for today’s date and create a poem in greeting card fashion or write a short story about the holiday to celebrate.
  • Blog-o-sphere: Visit your favorite blog or your feedreader and craft a story, journal entry, or poem based on the latest blog post you read.
  • Mailbox: Create a poem, short story, or journal entry based on a recent item of mail you’ve received.
  • Sharing: Write about sharing something with someone else.
  • Cactus: Write from the viewpoint of a cactus – what’s it like to live in the dessert or have a “prickly personality”?
  • It’s a Sign: Have you seen any interesting road signs lately?
  • Furniture: Write about a piece of furniture in your home.
  • Failure: Write about a time you failed at something. Did you try again or give up completely?
  • Mystical Creatures: Angels or other mystical creatures – use them as inspiration.
  • Flying: Write about having wings and what you would do.
  • Clear and Transparent: Write a poem about being able to see-through something.
  • Break the Silence: Record yourself speaking, then write down what you spoke and revise into a short story or poem.
  • Beat: Listen to music with a strong rhythm or listen to drum loops. Write something that goes along with the beat you feel and hear.
  • Color Palette: Search online for color palettes and be inspired to write by one you resonate with.
  • Magazine: Randomly flip to a page in a magazine and write using the first few words you see as an opening line.
  • The Grass is Greener: Write about switching the place with someone or going to where it seems the “grass is greener”.
  • Mind & Body: Write something that would motivate others to workout and exercise.
  • Shaping Up: Write something that makes a shape on the page…ie: a circle, a heart, a square, etc.
  • Twenty-One: Write about your 21st birthday.
  • Aromatherapy: Write about scents you just absolutely love.
  • Swish, Buzz, Pop: Create a poem that uses Onomatopoeia.
  • What Time is It? Write about the time of day it is right now. What are people doing? What do you usually do at this time each day?
  • Party Animal: Have you ever gone to a party you didn’t want to leave? Or do you hate parties? Write about it!
  • 159: Miss Manners: Write using the words “please” and “thank you”.
  • Cliche: Choose a common cliche, then write something that says the same thing but without using the catch phrase.
  • Eco-friendly: Write about going green or an environmental concern you have.
  • Missing You: Write about someone you miss.
  • Set it Free: Think of a time when you had to let someone or something go to be free…did they come back?
  • Suitcase: Write about packing for a trip or unpacking from when you arrive home.
  • Fantasy: Write about fairies, gnomes, elves, or other mythical creatures.
  • Give and Receive: Write about giving and receiving.
  • Baker’s Dozen: Imagine the scents and sights of a bakery and write.
  • Treehouse: Write about your own secret treehouse hideaway.
  • Risk: Write about taking a gamble on something.
  • Acrostic: Choose a word and write an acrostic poem where every line starts with a letter from the word.
  • Crossword Puzzle: Open up the newspaper or find a crossword puzzle online and choose one of the clues to use as inspiration for your writing.
  • Silver Lining: Write about the good that happens in a bad situation.
  • Gloves: Write about a pair of gloves – what kind of gloves are they? Who wears them and why?
  • All that Glitters: Write about a shiny object.
  • Jealousy: Write with a theme of envy and jealousy.
  • How Does Your Garden Grow? Write about a flower that grows in an unusual place.
  • Jury Duty: Write a short story or poem that takes place in a courtroom.
  • Gifts: Write about a gift you have given or received.
  • Running: Write about running away from someone or something.
  • Discovery: Think of something you’ve recently discovered and use it as inspiration.
  • Complain: Write about your complaints about something.
  • Gratitude: Write a poem or journal entry that is all about things you are thankful for.
  • Chemistry: Choose an element and write a poem or story that uses that word in one of the lines.
  • Applause: Write about giving someone a standing ovation.
  • Old Endings Into New Beginnings: Take an old poem, story, or journal entry of yours and use the last line and make it the first line of your writing today.
  • Longing: Write about something you very much want to do.
  • I Am: Write a motivational poem or journal entry about positive traits that make you who you are.
  • Rainbow: What is at the end of a rainbow?
  • Museum: Take some time to visit a nearby museum with your journal. Write about one of the pieces that speaks to you.
  • Cartoon: Think of your favorite cartoon or comic. Write a poem or story that takes place in that setting.
  • Copycat: Borrow a line from a famous public domain poem to craft your own.
  • From the Roof-tops: Imagine you could stand on a rooftop and broadcast a message to everyone below – what would you say?
  • Time Travel: If there was a time period you could visit for a day, where would you go? Write about traveling back in time to that day.
  • Changing Places: Imagine living the day as someone else.
  • Neighborhood: Write about your favorite place in your neighborhood to visit and hang out at.
  • Pirates: Write about a pirate ship.
  • Interview: Write based on a recent interview you’ve read or seen on TV or heard on the radio.
  • Hiding Spaces: Write about places you like to hide things at. What was a favorite hiding spot for you as a child playing hide-and-seek?
  • Extreme Makeover: Imagine how life might be different if you could change your hair color or clothing into something completely opposite from your current style.
  • Empathy: Write about your feelings of empathy or compassion for another person.
  • Opposites: Write a poem or story that ties in together two opposites.
  • Boredom: Write about being bored or make a list of different ways to entertain yourself.
  • Strength: Think of a time when you’ve been physically or emotionally strong and use that as inspiration.
  • Hunger: Write from the perspective of someone with no money to buy food.
  • Greed: Write about someone who always wants more – whether it be money, power, etc. etc.
  • Volcano: Write about an eruption of a volcano.
  • Video Inspiration: Go to Vimeo.com or YouTube.com and watch one of the videos featured on the homepage. Write something inspired by what you see.
  • Sneeze: Write about things that make you sneeze.
  • Footsteps on the Moon: Write about the possibility of life in outer-space.
  • 211: Star-crossed: Write a short modern version of the story of Romeo and Juliet or think of real-life examples to use as inspiration for your writing.
  • Font-tastic: Choose a unique font and type out a poem using that font.
  • Schedule: Take a look at your calendar and use the schedule for inspiration in writing.
  • Grandparents: Write about a moment in your grandparent’s life.
  • Collage: Go through a magazine and cut out words that grab your attention. Use these words to construct a poem or as a story starter or inspiration for your journal.
  • Oh so Lonely: Write a poem about what you do when you are alone – do you feel lonely or do you enjoy your own company?
  • Waterfall: Think of a waterfall you’ve seen in person or spend some time browsing photos of waterfalls online. Write about the movement, flow, and energy.
  • First Kiss: Write about your first kiss.
  • So Ironic: Write about an ironic situation you’ve been in throughout your life.
  • Limerick: Write a limerick today.
  • Grocery Shopping: Write about an experience at the grocery store.
  • Fashion: Go through a fashion magazine or browse fashion websites online and write about a style you love.
  • So Close: Write about coming close to reaching a goal.
  • Drinks on Me: Write a poem or short story that takes place at a bar.
  • Online Friends: Write an ode to someone online you’ve met and become friends with.
  • Admiration: Is there someone you admire? Write about those feelings.
  • Trash Day: Write from the perspective of a garbage collector.
  • Mailbox: Open your mailbox and write something inspired by one of the pieces of mail you received.
  • Fresh & Clean: Write about how you feel after you take a shower.
  • Energized: Write about how you feel when you’re either at a high or low energy level for the day.
  • Rhyme & No Reason: Make up a silly rhyming poem using made up words.
  • Tech Support: Use computers or a conversation with tech support you’ve had as inspiration.
  • Hotel: Write from the perspective of someone who works at a hotel or staying at a hotel.
  • Underwater: Write about sea creatures, and under water life.
  • Breathing: Take a few minutes to do some deep breathing relaxation techniques. Once your mind is clear, just write the first few things that you think of.
  • Liar, Liar: Make up a poem or story of complete lies about yourself or someone else.
  • Obituaries: Look at the recent obituaries online or in the newspaper and imagine the life of someone and write about that person.
  • Pocket: Rummage through your pockets and write about what you keep or find in your pockets.
  • Cinquain: Write a cinquain poem.
  • Alphabetical: Write a poem that has every letter of the alphabet in it.
  • Comedy Club: Write something inspired by a comedian.
  • Cheater: Write about someone who is unfaithful.
  • Sestina: Give a try to writing a sestina poem.
  • Fight: Write about witnessing two people get in an argument with each other.
  • Social Network: Visit your favorite Social Networking website (ie: Facebook, Pinterest, Google, Twitter, etc.) and write a about a post you see there.
  • Peaceful: Write about something peaceful and serene.
  • In the Clouds: Go cloud watching for the day and write about what you imagine in the clouds.
  • At the Park: Take some time to sit on a park bench and write about the sights, scenes, and senses and emotions you experience.
  • Sonnet: Write a sonnet today.
  • Should, Would, And Could: Write a poem or story using the words should, would, and could.
  • How to: Write a poem that gives directions on how to do something.
  • Alliteration: Use alliteration in your poem or in a sentence in a story.
  • Poker Face: Write about playing a card game.
  • Timer: Set a timer for 5 minutes and just write. Don’t worry about it making sense or being perfect.
  • Dance: Write about a dancer or a time you remember dancing.
  • Write for a Cause: Write a poem or essay that raises awareness for a cause you support.
  • Magic: Write about a magician or magic trick.
  • Out of the Box: Imagine finding a box. Write about opening it and what’s inside.
  • Under the Influence: What is something has impacted you positively in your life?
  • Forgotten Toy: Write from the perspective a forgotten or lost toy.
  • Rocks and Gems: Write about a rock or gemstone meaning.
  • Remote Control: Imagine you can fast forward and rewind your life with a remote control.
  • Symbolism: Think of objects, animals, etc. that have symbolic meaning to you. Write about it.
  • Light at the End of the Tunnel: Write about a time when you saw hope when it seemed like a hopeless situation.
  • Smoke and Fire: Write inspired by the saying “where there’s smoke, there’s fire”.
  • Railroad: Write about a train and its cargo or passengers.
  • Clipboard: Write about words you imagine on an office clipboard.
  • Shipwrecked: Write about being stranded somewhere – an island, a bus stop, etc.
  • Quotable: Use a popular quote from a speaker and use it as inspiration for your writing.
  • Map it Out: Create a mind map of words, phrases, and ideas that pop into your head or spend some time browsing the many mind maps online. Write a poem, story, or journal entry inspired by the mind map.
  • Patterns: Write about repeating patterns that occur in life.
  • Scrapbook: Write about finding a scrapbook and the memories it contains.
  • Cure: Write about finding a cure for an illness.
  • Email Subject Lines: Read your email today and look for subject lines that may be good starters for writing inspiration.
  • Wishful Thinking: Write about a wish you have.
  • Doodle: Spend some time today doodling for about 5-10 minutes. Write about the thoughts you had while doodling or inspired by your finished doodle.
  • Chalkboard: Imagine you are in a classroom. What does it say on the chalkboard?
  • Sticky: Imagine a situation that’s very sticky (ie: maple syrup or tape or glue) – and write about it.
  • Flashlight: Imagine going somewhere very dark with only a flashlight to guide you.
  • A Far Away Place: Envision yourself traveling to a fictional place, what do you experience in your imaginary journey?
  • On the Farm: Write about being in a country or rural setting.
  • Promise to Yourself: Write about a promise you want to make to yourself and keep.
  • Brick Wall: Write a poem that is about a brick wall – whether literally or figuratively.
  • Making a Choice: Write about a time when you had to make a difficult choice.
  • Repeat: Write about a time when you’ve had to repeat yourself or a time when it felt like no one was listening.
  • Outcast: Write about someone who is not accepted by their peers. (for example, the Ugly Ducking)
  • Scary Monsters: Write about a scary (or not-so-scary) monster in your closet or under the bed.
  • Sacrifice: Write about something you’ve sacrificed doing to do something else or help another person.
  • Imperfection: Create a poem that highlights the beauty in being flawed.
  • Birthday Poem: Write a poem inspired by birthdays.
  • Title First: Make a list of potential poem or story titles and choose one to write from.
  • Job Interview: Write about going on a job interview.
  • Get Well: Write a poem that will help someone who is sick feel better quick!
  • Lost in the Crowd: Write about feeling lost in the crowd.
  • Apple a Day: Write about health.
  • Cravings: Write about craving something.
  • Phobia: Research some common phobias, choose one, and write about it.
  • In the Moment: Write about living in the present moment.
  • Concrete: Write about walking down a sidewalk and what you see and experience.
  • Stars: Write about the stars in the sky and what they mean to you.
  • This Old House: Write about an old house that is abandoned or being renovated.
  • Clutter: Is there a cluttered spot in your home? Go through some of that clutter today and write about what you find or the process of organizing.
  • Go Fly a Kite: Write about flying a kite.
  • On the TV: Flip to a random TV channel and write about the first thing that comes on – even if it’s an infomercial!
  • Fruit: Write a poem that is an ode to a fruit.
  • Long Distance Love: Write about a couple that is separated by distance.
  • Glasses: Write about a pair of eyeglasses or someone wearing glasses.
  • Robotic: Write about a robot.
  • Cute as a Button: Write about something you think is just adorable.
  • Movie Conversation: Use a memorable conversation from a favorite movie to inspire your writing.
  • Easy-Peasy: Write about doing something effortlessly.
  • Idiom: Choose from a list of idioms one that speaks to you and create a poem around that saying or phrase. (Ie: It’s raining cats and dogs)
  • Playground: Whether it’s the swings or the sandbox or the sliding boards, write about your memories of being on a playground.
  • Romance: Write about romantic things partners can do for each other.
  • Rock Star: Imagine you are a famous rock star. Write about the experience.
  • Come to Life: Imagine ordinary objects have come to life. Write about what they do and say.
  • Airplane: Write about meeting someone on an airplane and a conversation you might have.
  • Health & Beauty: Take some time to peruse your medicine cabinet or the health and beauty aisles at a local store. Write a poem, short story, or journal entry inspired by a product label.
  • Determination: Write about not giving up.
  • Instrumental Inspiration: Listen to some instrumental music and write a poem that matches the mood, beat, and style of the music.
  • Wait Your Turn: Write about having to wait in line.
  • Personality Type: Do you know your personality type? (There are many free quizzes online) – write about what type of personality traits you have.
  • Decade: Choose a favorite decade and write about it. (IE: 1980’s or 1950’s for example)
  • I Believe: Write your personal credo of things you believe in.
  • Lost and Found: Write about a lost object.
  • Say it: Write a poem or story that uses dialogue between two people.
  • The Unsent Letter: Write about a letter that never made it to its recipient.
  • The Windows of the Soul: Write a poem about the story that is told through someone’s eyes.
  • Trial and Error: Write about something you learned the hard way.
  • Escape: Write about where you like to go to escape from it all.
  • Recipe: Write something inspired a favorite recipe.
  • Records: Go through your file box and pull out old receipts or records…write something inspired by what you find!
  • Banking: Write about visiting the bank.
  • Sweet Talk: Write about trying to convince someone of something.
  • Serendipity: Write about something that happened by chance in a positive way.
  • Distractions: Write about how it feels when you can’t focus.
  • Corporation: Write about big business.
  • Word of the Day: Go to a website that has a word of the day and use it in a poem, story or journal entry you write.
  • Pick Me Up: What do you do when you need a pick me up?
  • Unfinished: Write about a project you started but never completed.
  • Forgiveness: Write about a time when someone forgave you or you forgave someone.
  • Weakness: Write about your greatest weakness.
  • Starting: Write about starting a project.
  • Mechanical: Think of gears, moving parts, machines.
  • Random Act of Kindness: Write about a random act of kindness you’ve done for someone or someone has done for you, no matter how small or insignificant it may have seemed.
  • Underground: Imagine living in a home underground and use that as inspiration for writing.
  • Classic Rock: Pick a classic rock love ballad and rewrite it into a story or poem with a similar theme.
  • Night Owl: Write about staying up late at night.
  • Magnetic: Write about attraction to something or someone.
  • Teamwork: Write about working with a team towards a common goal.
  • Roller-coaster: Write about the ups and downs in life.
  • Motivational Poster: Look at some motivational posters online and write a poem or journal entry inspired by your favorite one.
  • Games: Write about the games people play – figuratively or literally.
  • Turning Point: Write about a point in life where things turned for the better or worse.
  • Spellbound: Write about a witch’s spell.
  • Anniversary: Write about the anniversary of a special date.
  • Gamble: Be inspired by a casino or lottery ticket.
  • Picnic: Write about going on a picnic.
  • Garage: Write about some random item you might find in a garage.
  • Review: Review your week, month, or year in a journal entry or poem format.
  • Detective: Write about a detective searching for clues or solving a mystery.
  • Camera: Take your camera for a walk and write based on one of the photographs you take.
  • Visiting: Write about visiting a family member or friend.
  • Trust: Writ about putting trust in someone.
  • Congratulations: Did you write a poem, short story, or journal entry every day for a whole year? Write about what you’ve learned and that celebrates your achievement
feb 28 2016 ∞
mar 15 2016 +
user picture Han: Que lista fodinha, quero feb 29 2016
user picture Han: DOGE EU TE AMO POR FZR ESSA LISTA ME INSPIROU LEGAL <3 <3 <3 mar 6 2016
user picture shell : Amei essa lista, posso copiar? may 7 2016
user picture Lawlie: claro que pode, frô <3 may 18 2016
user picture Bournic: Roubado, hihi <3 aug 21 2016