How's this for vulnerable Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram? As usual, thanks for the prompt!
Of course, we want unicorns. Thanks to Amy Kay Poetry for the prompt.
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Don't take people for granted, or good things, or things in general and don't blow your friends away.
Here's a shadorma for you. Thank you to Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram from the prompt.
My mom has a song on her original album called "Just do what you do" which you can listen to here, and the lyrics can be very motivating. Thank you to Amy Kay Poetry for the prompt.
Light and fluffy today - thanks to Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram for the prompt "write a pre-lude".
Thanks to Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram for the prompt. If you're new to my page, yes, there are two Amy Kay's who write poetry! I'm not talking about myself in the third person.
Here's a nostalgic poem in the form of a shadorma. Where would I be without Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram.
Today's prompt from Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram that I took is "write about a time you ruined something". I happily spoiled my supper by eating dessert before the main course. It felt good after a day of being so "adult" and productive.
Get a dramatic prompt, get a dramatic poem. Thanks to Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram for the prompt which was to write a poem that is a metaphor for your heart. We all need an outlet for our inner drama queen.
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Thank you again to Amy Kay Poetry on Instagram. Her prompt for August 2 was "write a poem about a song that saved you". Can you guess what my song was?
Shout out to Amy Kay poetry on Instagram (not me) and her August poetry prompts. I have been sleeping on this for half the month and I'm on board now. Here's my poem off her prompt from August 1st. Do you know which state's slogan I picked?
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Here's a poem to read about reading poetry.
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Creative enthusiast, gregarious naturalist, opinionated activist, RYT 200. Amy Kay Czechowicz completed a poetry challenge for 2018 and 2020 by posting an original poem daily to this blog. She writes here occasionally to drop nuggets of wisdom she picks up along her way. You can read her poems and posts by clicking and exploring below!