As seasons shift around the world, so does inspiration. As you’ve spent this new year exploring your writing, try something new. If you typically write poetry, try writing a short story. Versatility in writing allows you to explore all the creativity you’re capable of.
As the year 2015 approaches, many individuals establish goals for the new year. Have your New Year’s revolution be thinking up ways to improve your writing. Write down five goals that you wish to implement to make yourself a more curious writer.
If you could write a letter to someone that you most admire, whether it be someone you know or someone from 100 years ago, what would you say? What would you want that person to know about you?
Individuals have different views on the same subject. John Keats has his perspective on beauty: “A thing of beauty is a joy forever; its loveliness increases; it will never pass into nothingness.” His reflection on beauty may not be agreed upon by all. For this writing prompt, write about what you think beauty is.
Please view the age 12 section for poetry and fiction to see more work written by Victoria Krylova.
As the seasons change and the time to start school approaches, think of what your first day of school will be like and write a short story or poem about it.
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