Help grow this new site
I’d quite like you to know
Tho I might dreamlike show
All best posts now
Please take a bow
Lest this site slowly grow
21 July 2018
A big thank you to everyone who has contributed to my new community 🙂
Are you missing the WordPress Daily Prompts?
is a new community for sharing daily prompt posts in one place.
The aim is to grow a community of people interested in daily prompts. This will hopefully attract more users to the individual daily prompt sites and in turn to your own blogs, provided you contribute.
If you are already contributing to a daily prompt site, why not also share your posts here?
To share one of your posts, all you need to do it put the following line anywhere in your post:
This will create a link back (pingback) to your own site at the bottom of the above page.
Click on the same link (to this Guest Pingbacks page) to view posts (the most recent post will appear first):
You may also like to contribute one of your best posts for the week to this site (using the same link). If you do not include a prompt in your post, it will be assumed that your post is in this category.
You are also welcome to use my recycled WordPress daily prompts with links to the Poetry Soup website.
If you do not have a recent daily prompt post, you are welcome to try this out with any good post of yours you may like to share 🙂
You are also welcome to make up your own prompt- just include it in your post for the prompt.
This community will help the daily prompt sites to gain more traction and allow users to view posts people wish to share in one place (as well as on individual sites).
I hope you will share your posts in this community.
Reminder: All you need to do it put the following line anywhere in your posts:
You can also use a comment to add text with a link to your post.
All the best with your blogging
|A Midsummer Night’s Dream|
|Shakespeare homepage | Midsummer Night’s Dream | Entire play|
SCENE I. Athens. The palace of THESEUS.
Enter THESEUS, HIPPOLYTA, PHILOSTRATE, and Attendants
Now, fair Hippolyta, our nuptial hour
Draws on apace; four happy days bring in
Another moon: but, O, methinks, how slow
This old moon wanes! she lingers my desires,
Like to a step-dame or a dowager
Long withering out a young man revenue.