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GOIN' UNDERGROUND:The Story Of Rapid Transit

“Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt(UNDERGROUND)…”

Want to know what kind of things are underground in life? Well, among them is a very modern and very certain thing called rapid transit, which is also known by many other names: Subway, heavy rail, tube, metro or background; Rapid transit is a certain type of high-capacity public transport that is found generally in urban areas, and unlike trams or buses, rapid transit systems are railways of the electric kind that operate on right-of-the-way exclusively, which in fact cannot be accessed by pedestrians or other vehicles of any sort, and that which is often grade-separated in tunnels or even on elevated railways. 630 more words

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Write Now Prompt for October 21, 2016

At Today’s Author, our first goal is to get you (and us) to write. Write Now is our own collection of prompts to help you do that. 212 more words


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I’ve previously posted these four writing prompts to my Tumblr itslmdee where I post occasional prompts, promos, links to articles of interest, and reblog posts about writing and creativity. 24 more words

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Fortnightly Picture Prompts

Over on my Instagram account, I post fortnightly picture prompts that I have snapped because they inspire me in my writing. I invite you to have a pop at writing a sentence or paragraph to accompany it. 186 more words


Writing on Demand

I’ve often used prompts to get me going, whether in writing groups with friends or students or while doing the Poem a Day Challenge or even for inspiration for this blog, but today, I am stumped by the prompt. 335 more words

Writing Prompt #57

Writing Prompt #57: The motorcycle squealed past, again and again in an endless loop, what were they thinking, it was midnight.

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#OctPoWriMo Day Twenty Prompt: White

“Wonderful”, a Pensee

White skin

beating softly

diving into your wonders

I cannot just love one of you

Unwaveringly, I love both

“Marry You”, a Tango… 133 more words

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