Sunday, March 8, 2020

BW10: 52 Books Bingo - Creative

Bridge to Nowhere



On a bridge to Nowhere
To see No One,
Who could be Any one,
Who has traveled,
happy and safe,
everywhere and somewhere.
Music leads him
from near to far
across the bridge
to Nowhere.
The sky is full of light
sparkling and clear.
The air is full of love,
plenty and dear.
There, they sing and
dance and play,
Making up lines as they
have plenty to say.
Past the bridge that
leads to Nowhere,
They live to the rhythm
Of bass, cymbals, and drums
And maybe
A horn or flute or two.
Feet stamp, hands clap
And hips sway
To the beat
of the drum.
Who laughs, What sings
and Baby laughs with joy.
How do you do?
Welcome to Nowhere.

Let's get creative! Our next 52 Books Bingo category is creative which can be interpreted a number of ways. Granted the majority of books are the product of creative writing so you could just read any book.  However... What does it mean to be creative? What if you think you aren't a creative person, and are wondering how to be more creative. What can you do to inspire or improve upon your creativity?

There are books a plenty to inspire and nourish your creative soul, unleash your creativity or unleash your creative potential. You may want to get creative with Art, or read historical fiction about artists, main characters who are artists or about what makes a great artist tick.

Your creativity may lean towards being creative in the kitchen, decorating your house, landscape design or Arts and Crafts. Perhaps you enjoy Creative Writing, enjoy writing poetry or songs or comedy. You can also go off the beaten path with Popular creative literature books.

Have fun following rabbit trails or as Dr. Seuss would say:

“You’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! 
Your mountain is waiting, 
So… get on your way!” 

What would you like to create this week?


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