Ladies In Waiting

Waiting on Words

Waiting On Words 30

Notice:

This site is open to those wanting a one word prompt for NaPoWriMo 2018 through the month of April. Each of us will submit a one word prompt. I will give the first word. Then you will explore its dictionary meaning, along with synonyms and antonyms, hopefully finding some form of inspiration in the process. You are always welcome to go your own way on any given day. Please leave your addie, with poem title, in the comments section below.

Word for Day 30

Final
end
kaput
last
done
finished
closed
finito
completed
over

 

 

 

Note: Pick one and play with it. This is the last day and I salute you for staying and sticking with it. Wish there was a way we could all get together, put our feet up, sit back, sip a cold one, and share our stories of how we got through it all. Short of that, I’ll wish you all Godspeed on your further adventures. This was a lot more fun because I didn’t have to come up with the prompt everyday. Again, thank you and enjoy.

Elizabeth

7 Comments

  1. Had some fun with this one for Day 30

    https://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2018/04/30/teaching-the-teacher/

    Elizabeth

  2. Laura Bloomsbury

    for a change I did not leave this til the last moment – thank you for the prompts
    https://telltaletherapy.wordpress.com/2018/04/30/dead-end/

  3. Marianne

    We did it! Yay for us. And my thanks to Elizabeth! ❤️ https://andthewindanswers.blogspot.com/2018/04/winters-end.html

  4. A plethora of words! Fun! Thanks for everything this month, Elizabeth. Even though I could not write every day, I did fairly well for someone juggling hours of work and this weekend I was in bed with the flu.

    I will be back with something this evening. My evening class canceled because it is, “Children’s Day” here.

    Love,
    Pmaela

  5. https://somethingsithinkabout-annell-annell.blogspot.com

    I thought I put my addie here, but it didn’t stick. Thanks so much Elizabeth!! What Fun!!

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