my words shall never run dry

Trifextra 33 word Challenge- Week 62
On to the weekend challenge.  We want you to give us thirty-three words of advice.  Your advice can be to anyone or about anything.  We only ask that you make it uniquely yours.


write from

your heart


discover yourself


your imagination


on the page


critique a learning tool


your lexicon an abyss


your words to life


them not

47 thoughts on “my words shall never run dry

  1. Oh….I like the visual again. Combining the mind and the eye again nod nods. I wish sometmes that wordpress would allow spaces in front of sentences…then more structure could be done …


    But if you could do it without the dots nod nods…that would be cool lol.

  2. “seduce your words to life…shadow them not”

    I am fairly new at this writing thing-a need and a talent I didn’t even recognize until just a couple years ago. It has truly been my salvation. What you’ve said here could be my mantra. It is so perfectly and beautifully fitting:)

    • Valerie
      Thank you 🙂 I think our words are shadowed only because we do not believe in them, feel that they aren’t ‘right’ – I write like ‘peanut butter’ (previous post) and acknowledge that I do not use difficult words. Writing is such a freeing experience and I am glad you have found your inner talent and putting it to work 🙂 x

  3. Mum. thanks for stopping by my blog – sorry I’m late in returning the visit! This is an excellent take on the advice prompt – and I love the word “delve.” It’s almost onomatopoeic! Thanks so much, Amy

    • SLP you are welcome and do not apologise for running late – we all have busy lives – all good 🙂 I love how you got a ‘buzz’ out of ‘delve’ – thank you so much for reading 🙂 x

  4. ‘discover yourself, exonerate’
    hi Mum, loved this poem and it’s airy structure, this really hits home for me at the moment. an ex painter turned storyteller, taking a few tentative steps into poetry now. ‘acceptance’ and confronting my own creativity has been a lifelong issue. i after so many blank canvases, i’m finding words color better than my paint ever could. 🙂

    thank you for liking my poem and for featuring it on your sidebar, i’m honored.::::;bowing::::::it was my first conciously metered piece and my fourth poem to date, so the ‘acceptance’ means an awful lot.

    keep the light.

    • Hello and welcome.
      I am amazed by those who have talent that they have not realised and that has been hidden.
      I have painted in my past but found writing my true calling.
      You are so welcome, I really enjoyed what you wrote and may you share many more with us.
      We can stare at a blank canvass even when writing…but the words will flow and colour your page.
      I appreciate your kindness – thank you for stopping by and the follow.

      • you are most welcome.

        being an observer my entire life which came from my training i have a head full of images, so no blank writing ‘canvas’ for me just yet. 🙂

        in the meantime, it’s time to PLAY!

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