DotWrite21 Prompt: Week 10

This week’s prompt comes from Anna Ross, Dorchester poet and Advisory Board volunteer with Write on the DOT. Anna writes: Choose a line from either a favorite song or a hated earworm and turn it into a Golden Shovel poem (each word of your chosen line is the final word in each successive line ofContinue reading “DotWrite21 Prompt: Week 10”

DotWrite21 Prompt: Week 8

This week’s prompts are from U-Meleni Mhlaba Adebo, a Dorchester-based poet, storyteller, and performer, as well as a member of Write on the DOT’s advisory board. Prompt 1: Write a poem or about a time when you felt safe, calm. Where is your sanctuary? Is it a person, a place, or a thing? What makesContinue reading “DotWrite21 Prompt: Week 8”

DotWrite21 Prompt: Week 6

This week’s prompt comes from Write on the DOT Program Advisor and Dorchester writer, Aaron Devine. Aaron writes: For the past 6 years, my wife and I have lived on the first floor of a 3 Decker home near the intersection of Dot Ave and Columbia Road. A few years back, I came up withContinue reading “DotWrite21 Prompt: Week 6”