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Monday, November 2, 2009

Day 2

Adjectives on the typewriter
He moves his words like a prizefighter
The frenzied pace of the mind inside the cell

- Lyrics from “Shadow Stabbing,” by Cake

Prompt of the Day: Your narrator is a bystander as something either absolutely horrible or fantastically wonderful happens to a stranger.


Set something on fire.


Use the following line (adjust pronouns/tense as necessary):

"I would scream and rebel, still, it would not come"
from, "Would Not Come," Alanis Morisette

Tip of the Day: Don't forget to stretch! It's good for your wrists, and your brain.

If you get stuck, you don't have to stay at your notebook/keyboard. Go for a walk, take a shower, call a friend, get a coffee - do something else to get your brain moving again, so you can get your 1667.

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