Nine deviations were submitted to last weeks prompt of journey. The one that stood out the most to me was Odyssea Nunquam Abstitit: by Canis44. It speaks to me on the level that I cannot even describe.
Welcome to Heart-of-Poetry's thirty fifth writing prompt. Hopefully these weekly journals will inspire some new ideas to keep you writing. You may write for our prompts in any format you wish -- poetry, prose, flash fiction -- just so the content is based off this week's theme.
This week's theme is ruins. From the ruins of Ancient Greece to the old shed in your back yard that no one ever goes in because it looks scary and haunted. Write about ruins, in any way, shape, or form.
Remember to submit your new deviation to the Weekly Prompt folder. If you would be so kind, also mention this prompt (and the group's name) in your deviation's description. Have fun!
Deadline: December 24th
Happy writing! Oilux