NYWC Weekly Prompt: Ancient Mythology

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The ancient Egyptian faith was founded on a multifaceted structure of polytheistic philosophies. For this week’s prompt, write a new myth featuring ancient Egyptian deities or any other gods and goddesses from an ancient region.

NYWC Prompt-A-Day: The End of a Sure Beginning

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For today’s writing prompt, use Maya Angelou’s poem, Passing Time, as inspiration to write about beginnings and endings.

NYWC Prompt-A-Day

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Everyone has their daily routine. Our prompt comes from Ted Berrigan’s poem 10 Things I Do Everyday. Make your own list poem of things day you do every day.

NYWC Prompt-A-Day: Expectations

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What is expected of you? What do you expect of yourself? What do you expect of other people?

NYWC Prompt-A-Day: Operation Graduation

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‘Tis the season for graduation — more specifically, high school graduation! Let’s put all of those flashbacks of Pomp and Circumstance to use this weekend with a couple of writing prompts inspired by the momentous occasion.