This morning I woke up to a hail storm. Nothing really rings in spring like an aerial attack of ice. However, even with the grey skies, startling bolts of lightning, and a layer of ice, the birds were particularly chatty this morning.
The sun is coming back.
Spring is here.
Have a dozen first line writing prompts for today.
- Fingertips grazed the earth, trailing sprouting seeds in their wake.
- “Snowdrops,” he muttered, “just wait for the snowdrops.”
- “Do you know who makes the shamrocks appear?”
- My mom always said the robin was the first sign of spring, but I knew better.
- A fairy finds a home every time a tulip blooms.
- The nurse took a note down: “Female: Born 6:28 AM. March 20, 2017. Name: ______.”
- I somehow found myself staring at a perfectly balanced egg.
- My sister grinned, “Your duckling impersonation needs work.”
- She murmured quietly as her broom swept east to west.
- A faint peep floated down from the cherry tree.
- The white ice broke away revealing warm brown earth below.
- “Well, I thought they were rabbits.”
If you write anything with one of the prompts link to it in the comments! We all can use a little sunlight these days. Happy writing!