The two writing prompts I’ve been following at NaPoWriMo and the Writer’s Digest are really inspiring — and now I’ve discovered a third source of inspiration: the Write Practice has posted some articles, too. Here’s an interesting one. My muse is in a tizzy as she fills notebooks with half-baked verses. 🙂

This morning’s Writer’s Digest April PAD prompt this morning — write something completely different from your usual verses — reminds me of a verse I started two weeks ago, upon discovering a new word. Does a fascination with new and unusual words count as a diversity?


Carefully, minutely
she explores
her neurodiversity,
dividing its aspects into
five very neat
spiral-bound notebooks,
each plus and minus
analyzed to the nth degree.

*individual differences in brain functioning regarded as normal variations within the human population. For example, OCD or Autism

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