This is a writing exercise from the book, Rip the Page! Adventures in Creative Writing by Karen Benke. I came across this book through reading Catherine Flynn’s blog which you can find here. (Thank you, Catherine!) Because I am slightly distracted by family visiting, I thought I would try the prompt, “What Can You Write With?”
I can write with the softly-spun fibers of spring lamb’s wool.
I can write with the worn, wooden spoons of succulent feasts.
I can write with the footpaths of friends walking through life.
I can write with the breath of babies asleep on my shoulder.
I can write with the block towers of toddlers dreaming.
I can write with the soundwaves of songbirds in deep green forests.
How about you? What can you write with?