Writing Prompt: E is for EYES

The Is of Writing: Inspirational Writing Prompt

Eyes are beautiful. Eyes are mesmerizing. How many times have we read about a character looking into the eyes of another and falling deeply in love? Take some time to think about eyes and create a description of the eyes of a character in your recent work. Or create a scene with an original description of eyes. Record one of these in your writer’s notebook for each eye colour and set it aside for later use.

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About Denise Reashore

Denise M. Reashore spends most of her free time reading, writing, and gardening - - or staring out the window at the brightness of a new day and dreaming of digging in the earth. Throughout the winter, precious free time goes into mapping and planning her future garden and, hopefully, writing and reading retreat. The rest of the time, from September to June, she spends working as an elementary school teacher. She lives on almost 3 acres, in an old Victorian style home, with her husband, two lovely daughters, and a cat.

12 responses to “Writing Prompt: E is for EYES

  1. This will take time. I poked my muse but she is still asleep. 🙂

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  2. Barbara White Daille

    Nice one! I’ll definitely be able to use this prompt in my writing.

    Barbara
    E is for Evidence Found in A to Z
    The Daille-y News

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  3. I wrote 200 words while I was waiting for the rice to cook:

    The first time Cynfal looked into Gwion’s eyes he was struck more by the deep lines etched around them than he was by their colour.

    And so forth. thanks for the prompt. 🙂

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  4. Windows to the soul… I write way too much about eyes (and I’ve been too far off the grid to respond to a writing prompt), but I really wanted to jump in and pound out a few good paragraphs based on your blurb up there. Super awesome.

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  5. I like to focus on at least one characters eyes during a story. Not so much as to seem obvious, but they are such a good visual aid to describing someone and their mood.

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  6. Such wonderful tips for writers! I am currently working on a book and often times I will get stuck. I’m loving how you are inspiring and giving different tools! I love the clean look of your blog also 🙂

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