NaPoWriMo Prompt #3: Day 3


New list tomorrow.

A few tips:

1. We have a habit to act on habit. Usually read a list from top to bottom. Today, read it from bottom to top, several times slowly. Listen for new pairings.

2. Try to find at least two words that start with the same letter as each of the words on the list, or words that sound the same or similar.

3. Think “mini-series”.

Today’s list was taken from a poem that may be found here:

Hope you are enjoying yourself!


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13 Responses to NaPoWriMo Prompt #3: Day 3

  1. A coupla haiku:

    Day 3

    The Sorcerer seeks
    to find the magic future,
    to turn stone to gold

    He’s only playing
    at it, for he truly has
    no magic power,


  2. Thanks again for being here, Elizabeth. Here’s my piece for day 3:


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  4. 1sojournal says:

    Feeling good. Used all ten words, three days in a row,



  5. A Shadorma:

    hanging from a cliff
    grinding teeth
    yelling “God”
    holding on for dear life, now
    where has magic gone?


  6. Pamela says:

    As always I don’t follow rules well. I did manage the word “learn”. Thanks for the words, Elizabeth. Mine is about the magic of my relationship with my cat. I am one day behind, but that’s okay. I may try to catch up later today, or not.

    Pamela ox

    And you know that I have a tendency to rebel when rules come into play. Don’t worry so much about catching up, do what you can and be pleased at the outcome.



  7. b_young says:

    Just popping my different takes into the same post. Or intended to. Seem to have misplaced #2, but 1&3 are at

    I sometimes add a few words to a list. Synonyms, free associations, slant rhymes. May not use them, but they open me up.

    I do the same but that’s because I’m poor at math…lol,



  8. Mr. Walker says:

    Elizabeth, thank you for these words. Here is a poem I wrote using some of them:


    So good to see you here, Richard and I truly love what you did with the words.



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