Friday, January 13th, 2012

Writing Prompt – Forgetfulness

Finger with a Red String Tied Around ItI was halfway home from work today when I realized I’d not scheduled the writing prompt for today.

Whoops!

I’ve had so much on my mind that I forgot.

So… in honor of forgetting, today’s prompt is about forgetfulness.

Here’s Your Prompt:

  • Your character forgets something very important. What happens?
     
  • One of your characters forgets something she thinks is no big deal, but her best friend/ significant other/ spouse completely disagrees. Write the argument that ensues.
     
  • If you journal, use either of the two above prompts, only from your point of view.
     
  • Write an acrostic poem using the word Forget or Forgetful.
     
  • Here are some famous quotations about forgetfulness to spark you:
     
    • It is the lot of man to suffer, it is also his fortune to forget. – Benjamin Disraeli
       
    • Though the past haunt me as a spirit, I do not ask to forget. – Felicia Dorothea Browne Hermans
       
    • There is a noble forgetfulness–that which does not remember injuries. – Charles Simmons
       
    • When out of sight, quickly also out of mind. – Thomas a Kempis

1 comment to Writing Prompt – Forgetfulness

  • A. R. Hill

    Hi there Kelly,
    Ha! Forgetfulness – now there’s something I’m old “friends” with. But still, is it blessing or curse? 😉
    Best,
    A. R.

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