And Then There Was Light

Happy National Poetry Month! As always, here’s the list of 30 poetry prompts from me and @kat.savage that you can use everyday in April as inspiration for a poem, short story, or scene! If you post it, use the hashtag #roguesavagepoetryprompts so we can see them! #katsavage #jrrogue #poetry #poetrycommunity #poetryprompts #napowrimo

  1. Just Before Daybreak
  2. Soft Revivals
  3. The Deepest Scar
  4. Quitting the Shadows
  5. What We Set Fire To
  6. Free Corners of the Heart You Never See
  7. I Sigh, I Rise
  8. Where the Breeze Knows Me
  9. A New Song
  10. I Open Like the Past
  11. The Golden Hour
  12. Last Quarter Truths
  13. Not Like a Phoenix, But
  14. Coffee and Confessions to the Mirror
  15. To be Sated
  16. Moons We Mourn
  17. One More Day
  18. The Cure for Crimson
  19. The Cost of Peace
  20. Young Hands
  21. Bright Silhouette(s)
  22. Clouds of Yesterday
  23. When I Count the Stars
  24. Rumors of My Return
  25. Washing My Hands Clean
  26. Arched Backs, Breakthrough Tides
  27. The Vibrant Now
  28. Lingering Good-mornings
  29. About Tomorrow
  30. Release All the Rest

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J.R. Rogue first put pen to paper at the age of fifteen after developing an unrequited high school crush and has never stopped writing about heartache. She has published multiple volumes of poetry and novels. Her work has been recognized with three Goodreads Choice Awards nominations. In addition to her writing, J.R. Rogue is a certified yoga teacher with additional certification in Yoga Nidra and Trauma-Informed Yoga.

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