8.18.2014

Ready. Set. Write! (Week 11)



RSW is a summer writing intensive hosted by Jaime Morrow, Alison Miller, Katy Upperman, and Erin Funk. You can sign up on the linky at any of the host blogs every Monday. Remember to encourage other participants too! For more info on RSW and a link to the lovely buttons, go here.

1. How I did on last week’s goals
I managed to write 1 stanza, get a little more sleep, and celebrate my birthday! But there wasn't any swimming and I still didn't start reading a new verse novel. However, I did write a new poem!

2. My goal(s) for this week
Same as last week's!
  • Write 2 more stanzas
  • Start reading a verse novel.
  • Get some more sleep.
  • Go swimming.

3. A favorite line from my story OR one word/phrase that sums up what I wrote/revised.
From the new poem...

It is the liminal moment,
the razor’s edge,
the tip toe waltz.
Where the sky meets the sea
meets a line in the sand.

4. The biggest challenge I faced this week.
Finding time to write. It was my birthday week, so things were a little busier because of that and work is still kind of overwhelming. Hoping things chill out some more. I need the pressure to lift a bit.

5. Something I love about my WiP.
Same things I've said before - playing with voice and mood and poetry. Reading in a new genre/form, etc.


How did you do this week?

8 comments:

Emma Adams said...

Hope you had a great birthday week! :) I really like the stanza you shared.

Sara {Rhapsody and Chaos} said...

Love the phrase "the tiptoe waltz." :)

Rachel said...

Have a great birthday week! I love that last bit you shared of the poem about the sand and the line. :)

Jessica Leake said...

Hope you had a wonderful birthday! Loved the lines from your poem, particularly the last two :). Hope this week is just as productive for you!

prerna pickett said...

beautiful poem! I think swimming is a great goal, too. I need to add it to my own since pretty soon it'll get too cold. Might as well enjoy the rest of the summer!

Alison Miller said...

Happy Belated Birthday! And glad you had such a good birthday week! Also, I LOVE your stanza. LOVE. IT. Keep writing and sharing please. :)

Have a great week!

Melanie Stanford said...

Love the stanza, and happy birthday!

Tracey Neithercott said...

"the tip toe waltz" <---Love it.

Also, I owe you an email back but I've been swamped. Short story: Your poetry is gorgeous. But I might have said that before...