September 2013 | Monthly Writing Prompt

gedankHere is the September 2013 prompt:

Think about a loved one who has passed. Write to this person.

Use this prompt in any way that comes to you. Write fiction, nonfiction, verse. The idea is to write.

Write whatever comes to you. Feel free to share!

About Barbara Krasner

History writer and award-winning author Barbara Krasner writes Jewish-themed poetry, articles, nonfiction books, and novels for children and adults.
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6 Responses to September 2013 | Monthly Writing Prompt

  1. My WIP is a conversation with a mom who has passed. Writing this way added a whole lot of heart to a story that was missing its soul.

  2. Just reading your prompt made me emotional. I thought of my Bubie and how I’d like to thank her for her quiet gentle influence and for giving me my sweet dad.

  3. Barbara A. Edwards says:

    From the Jewish Nr. that the Germans Nazis burned into innocent arms My prompt is “Forget Not the Forgotten”.

  4. Barbara A. Edwards says:

    Shalom

    I wrote this poem not long ago. But I still wish to share it with all of my Jewish Brothers and Sisters. Some of you may already be aware of it and some not.

    Generations
    Dedicated to Shabbat and the Holocaust.
    In Memoir to the Jewish Nation, Walter Stern and his Beloved Sister Barbara who passed on this Year

    Generations

    My People
    Be as I
    One with Adonai.

    You will Become
    As he Commands
    An Omnipotent Warrior
    From Generation to Generation.

    Never will you be Alone
    Angels in the Mist
    Will wipe your Tears.

    Ye shall Never be Forsaken
    Nor Betrayed.

    Now and Forever More
    Thru Eternity.

    By

    Barbara A. Edwards.

    .

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