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They came out of the tangled forest into the clearing with its ruins and waterfall. The falls’ spill down the high cliffs was soft in this season. Instead of churning the water, it merely spread and rippled around the cliff. The broad pool had a dark, almost black sheen, like sheets of best-quality silk dyed to the color of a moonless night. –Kate Elliott, Traitors’ Gate

Fiction Writing Prompt: Write a story set in the place described above.

Journaling Prompt: Write about the most beautiful wild place you’ve ever visited.

Art Prompt: Waterfall and ruins

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Tell your audience the story of a hike you went on, paying particular attention to description that engages as many senses as possible.

Photo Credit: Oregon Department of Agriculture on Flickr

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Photo Credit: Cmentarz Zydowski na Woli w Warszawie on Wikimedia

I was born and raised in the forest, among my kind. –AULD LANG SYNE BY MICHAEL SNYDER

Fiction Writing Prompt: Use the first line of the week as the starting point or inspiration for a scene, story, poem, or haiku.

Journaling Prompt: Would you prefer to live in the forest or at the beach? Why?

Art Prompt: Forest baby

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Tell your audience a dramatic or humorous story about something that happened to you in a forest.

Photo Credit: Moyan Brenn on Flickr

Night fell quickly in the forest. –Aquarius Rising by Brian Burt

Fiction Writing Prompt: Write a story or poem that takes place in a forest at night.

Journaling Prompt: Write about a time you went camping in a forest.

Art Prompt: Night in the forest.

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Tell your audience a humorous or dramatic story that takes place at night in the forest.

Photo Credit: Forstbetrieb Fichtelberg on Flickr

Old Railroad Tracks

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Shadows and light on a summer morning in Platt Fields Park in Rusholme, Manchester, UK

“There were once two little girls who saw, or believed they saw, a thing in a forest.” -A.S. Byatt, Little Black Book of Stories

Fiction Writing Prompt: Use the first line of the week as the starting point or inspiration for a scene, story, poem, or haiku.

Journaling Prompt: Write about how being in a forest makes you feel.

Art Prompt: Mysterious thing in the forest

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Write about a scary time you spent in a forest.

Photo Credit: Alex Pepperhill on Flickr