Poetry

Day 14 - #Indie30

By Adam Seper   |   April 14th, 2014   |   Comments (2)

Prompt #14: Write us a poem about a travel experience.

How: Respond to the prompt – through a blog post, picture, video, drawing, tweet, comment at the bottom of this article – however you want to express yourself. Then tweet and link your response @BootsnAll with the hashtag #indie30
Week 2 theme: On the road again
Details: See below

There is one guiding question/prompt each day, followed by a series of questions, ideas, and comments meant to help you dig deeper. These aren’t meant to be answered directly, just to help (feel free to address any, all, or none of the guiding questions below).

Write us a poem about a travel experience.

Tools and inspiration: Each day we’ll add a few links having to do with that day’s topic. If you’re experiencing a creativity block, maybe these can give you a few ideas:

Week 2: On the Road Again

Each week will have a different theme, and this week we want to hear about your travels. Stories, anecdotes, pictures, videos – we want to read, see, and hear them all.

How to participate

We’re inviting anyone from around the world who has a passion for long-term travel to participate in our month-long art project.

You can respond to each day’s prompt however you see fit – through a blog post, a photograph, a video, a painting, a tweet, a Facebook or G+ comment, commenting below – it’s completely up to you!

We’ll share our favorites each day on Twitter, Facebook, and Google +. At the end of each week we’ll round up our favorite responses and write a blog post linking to each.

Each Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 EST during April we’ll meld #RTWChat with #indie30. We invite anyone interested to join us to chat about that week’s topic.

It’s never too late to start – find out the nitty gritty details here!

30 Days of Indie Travel project

Photo credits: macinate

 



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  • Women on the Road said at 2014-04-15T04:50:50+0000: Moroccan HandsI have noticed no hands Arms stopped above the waist Sleves hanging Over the thinnest part of the body.Waving arms, windmills Cutting the air The old man pushes His donkey forward.Branches breaking Back swaying Muscles taut Heaving, breathingWhere are your hands? I'm pushing you on.
  • Prachi Joshi said at 2014-04-15T09:12:34+0000: The Eternal City of Rome, in photos & haikus - http://bit.ly/1gy5s31