I ‘have to’ write

Our weekly free-write is back: take ten minutes — no pauses! — to write about anything, unfiltered and unedited. You can then publish the post as-is, or edit a bit first — your call.

I realized by the time I was done with my award post, nominating 15 bloggers, sending my post link to all of them, informing them on their pages and few more things, it was too late for me to write my daily prompt yesterday. It was a wonderful experience though.

I was too tired therefore I checked the prompt, fortunately I had written a poem for poetry collaboration last month which suited the topic, linked it with the daily post at least to show my presence and went off to sleep.

Today through out the day while I was doing my run of the mill things, the fact kept on bothering me, my inability to write yesterday was something I was not comfortable with.

So here I am with a short response to this verbal conflict using all the verbs given.

I am a soul who knows to connect

I have to write and then take rest

To run my blog, to connect with other souls

I move, write to get praises, likes and polls

To be writer is not easy, I have to be on my toes

To see this world, to think new topics for the posts.

Thanks, hope you will like my last minute effort, as I mentioned, I have to……:) writingmughttp://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/ready-set-done-3/

This post was not showing on the grid of The daily post wall for some reasons, I checked up from my reliable friend Howdy, I came to know there were some problems with the pingbacks which they tried to fix. Sharing it once again. Today,s prompt is repeated so soon that this is all from me.



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