Write A Love Note /Day 2/ 365 Days Of Creativity / CollectiviteaWelcome to Day 2 of the 365-Day Creativity Challenge. It’s only Day 2 and I am a little intimidated by the amount of work that this exercise entails. (If I may repeat, it’s only Day 2!!) Obviously, quitting isn’t an option because all that the busyness shows me is that I am marking everything else (even grocery shopping!) as more important than spending time with my creative inspiration. And that’s the most important reason to stick with the challenge. Let’s not relegate creative exploration to the bottom of the list. Onward, my friends!

Write A Love Note/Day 2/ 365 Days Of Creativity / Collectivitea

Day 2 Prompt: Write a love note using 42 words. Write it to your spouse, your significant other, or any loved one. Use your own words to express your love (and don’t be tempted, like I was, to start with Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.” 10 words right there!). Don’t labor over this. Do it quickly.

Go For It: 1. Was that too simple? Take it up a notch. Compose a love poem using 42 words. I will leave it to you whether to make it rhyme or whether to use iambic pentameter. Done? Now, express the same sentiment in a sweet and shorter poem of 21 words.

Write A Love Note/Day 2/ 365 Days Of Creativity / Collectivitea

My Day 2 prompt: I love words and really enjoyed writing a love note to my husband though at first it was a little challenging to keep it at exactly 42 words. I took a break from composing my poem to share this prompt with you. I am now at 21 words for the poem and it alludes to our long-standing conversation on whose turn it is to make the tea this morning ( the answer is ‘not my turn’). It’s obviously a work in progress (!) but here’s what I have so far-

“I love you.

I love you even more 

When it’s your turn 

To make the tea..

Can it always be so? “

I had fun composing that! Remember that’s our goal -to do something that brings some light-heartedness to our day!  Have a wonderful day and I will see you tomorrow! To share what you are doing, please use the hashtag #ctea365 on social media and /or leave me a comment below. – Priya

 

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