100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups – Week#44

Here in the UK we are celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. There is bunting and celebration everywhere.

You have all been lulled into a false sense of security with the last few prompts which have been – let’s face it – easy! So combining both these situations the prompt this week is to write a poem. It doesn’t have to rhyme or be specifically about the Monarch but it should capture the passing of sixty years. I will give you some poetic license with the number of words and say 100 words -ish!

As it will be a little tricky for some of you (those who are sighing and saying ‘I can’t do poetry’) you will have some extra time as the link won’t close until 11th June

If you have stumbled here by accident and do not have a clue what this is about, please read ‘What is 100WCGU?’. There are no guarantees that it will still be clear so do contact me below if you are unsure.

Now let’s get celebrating!

Click here to enter your link. It will take you to another page but I will transfer them here as soon as possible.

  1. A Life
  2. Lilibet
  3. Out Time Too
  4. Marital Secrets
  5. Henrietta Zsold & Midlifesinglemum
  6. Celebration – Ros Wilson
  7. The Queen & You
  8. Nostalgia
  9. Liz
  10. 1952
  11. Dear Queen
  12. Living Libraries
  13. A Toast to My Love
  14. Limebird Writers
  15. Without Hesitation
  16. Stash Sixty
  17. Queen’s Day
  18. Hero Time 
  19. On Reflection
  20. Sixty Years
  21. Our Queen
  22. Thanks Ma’am
  23. Sixty Years
  24. Sixty Years
  25. Long May She Reign
  26. Fragments from Fireflyphil
  27. Broken Smile

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