InkBlood Writers Weekend ~ Round 3

Hello Ink Lovers,

By virtue of what we do, we create, and the poems we birth begin to contain us more and more, as we learn to flow, but we must remember, every river goes back to the sea. The beginning and the end are incomplete without each other; in fact they exist as one.

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Le Cercle Rouge is a 1970 crime film set in Paris, France.

The film’s title means “The Red Circle” and refers to the film’s epigraph which translates as –

Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha, drew a circle with a piece of red chalk and said:

“When men, even unknowingly, are to meet one day, whatever may befall each, whatever the diverging paths, on the said day, they will inevitably come together in the red circle.”

[Source: Wikipedia]

That brings us to today’s Writing Exercise

Write a poem, narrative or a diary entry, starting and ending with the same statement/sentence. You are free to title it as you wish. Try not to choose a statement or a sentence consciously. Hold the first thought in your mind and put it down in simple, felt words. There, you have the beginning. Let the ink flow and finish it with the same words.

Send your entries to inkblood.info@gmail.com and we will post them up here!

Participate and share. Thank you for all the support!

InkBlood Creative Writing Workshops Coming Up! In Pune City. https://inkbloodchronicles.wordpress.com/2013/10/03/workshop-release-learn-to-inkhronize/

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