You might use one of these one-line poems to kick-start some writing…

Buttermere lifted her face to the sun and swallowed a piece of sky
The boy hunched into his life like a dog cowering in a kennel
Safe in the tree cathedral she felt her soul breathe
The sea raised a sleepy head and whispered its secrets to the wind
Soft and quick as a shadow he slipped between her days
Dog days and chilli pepper nights passed without number
Love left town taking reason with it

Cheers, Carol.

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About Carol Ross

Interested in therapeutic writing.
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2 Responses to You might use one of these one-line poems to kick-start some writing…

  1. Mary Ellis says:

    These are amazing first lines. Are they yours? I especially like the first one. I shall follow it up. I’m feeling really good now!

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