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Hey there! It’s January 13th and time for your 13th daily prompt for LindaGHill’s Just Jot it January 2020. Your prompt today is brought to us by Willow!. Hey that’s me, do pop by and say hello. I’d be glad to meet you .

Your prompt for JusJoJan January 13th, 2020, is “subscribe.” Use the word “subscribe” any way you’d like. Have fun.

Well can you believe it today I have chosen the prompt and not only am I extremely late posting but I cannot seem to write a word of interest. I have tried a poem, a story and even plain facts but I just can’t find my muse. I don’t subscribe to the train of thought that life is what you make it, if was there would be no poor, no pain no misery because if life is what you make it why would you make it so bad?

I won’t subscribe.

Image Pixabay

I don’t subscribe to your point of view

Yet submission is the easiest thing to do.

You think you know better, I know you do

You are bigger and louder it’s true

But I won’t subscribe to your point of view.

******

Subcription

image from Pixabay

Subscribe to a paper or magazine

With topic on which you are keen

Weekly or monthly or WiFi stream

Drip, drip, drip it keeps you mean.

It could be a blog or a publication

On extreme sorts, art or medication

Yoga, a union or even a federation.

Some subscribe for pleasure

To assist them with fun and leisure.

Some yearn to learn or discover buried treasure.

What ever the reason I have to say

We look forward to their delivery day

We love to subscribe in work, rest and play.

#jusjojan

18 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ritu
    Jan 13, 2020 @ 16:20:25

    Writing from your own prompt can often be the hardest!!!

    Reply

  2. darsword
    Jan 13, 2020 @ 17:10:14

    Hi! Thanks for the prompt. The sewn lips, not so much. I agree with your assessment of this positivity think and will probably come from the same point of view. I’m sure those in tent cities and chemo rooms don’t subscribe either.

    Reply

  3. Dale
    Jan 13, 2020 @ 17:20:48

    I often have trouble coming up with stories when my photo is used in Friday Fictioneers!
    You did well…

    Reply

  4. scrapydo2.wordpress.com
    Jan 14, 2020 @ 01:48:54

    Not bad at all at the end. I don’t know much about poetry but it came across clear and well. I can imagine when you’re forced to do something it is more difficult than when it’s something given by someone else.

    Reply

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  6. willowdot21
    Jan 14, 2020 @ 05:39:19

    Thank you I am glad the poetry came across for some reason I found my own subject difficult? 🥴💜😁

    Reply

  7. Linda G. Hill
    Jan 15, 2020 @ 04:39:10

    I love your poems! You did a wonderful job of answering your prompt, my friend. ❤ Thanks again!

    Reply

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