After a long long (self-induced?) break, we are back again with homonyms week five! We did warn you beforehand that both of us are two lazy shitheads. So, we sincerely hope that you don’t mind our not so regular schedule!
Without further ado, let's jump right into this week's project plan. But before that, let's take a trip down the memory lane and remember what 'Homonyms' is all about!
The plan is simple. Every week or so, there will be one topic (it can be a word, a question, a feeling, a picture, anything, really!) given by any one of us, on which we will write on. The written piece can be a story, a poem, a rant post, a blog, an opinion, anything, as long as it relates to the topic given.
There aren’t any. Just write whatever you want in the language of your choice (Bangla, English....French?! Have at it, if you must.) and post within the given timeframe. Simple.
To make it easier to find all the related posts regarding this project, follow a title pattern such as this – “Homonyms: Your title Name” and use #homonyms hashtag among the tags of your post.
As this is just for a little fun, there aren’t any rewards to be given out by us (we are both broke XDD) so yeah, join at your own interest, and if you like it, then keep on writing with us..
Topic of the week(?)
Not gonna lie, coming up with topics for every new project has proven to be a challenge for both of us 😅 It's a struggle we both love and hate, but do anyways, cause writing for this project has proven to be a fun distraction.
Speaking of distractions, this week's topic, or question to be exact, relates to said things.
From time to time, we all need distractions in life. Boredom and boundaries are things that keep us sort of trapped in our bounded little world, and the little escapes we collect help us stay sane in the long run.
The questions we ask for this week's project have a deep connection with said things. And our questions are:
1. How do you deal with boredom?
2. Name three things you’d do if you weren’t restricted by the fear.
Questions related to boredom and boundaries. Write whatever that comes to you. Answer both or answer one of them, as long as it deals with the concept of the week, we will love to read it!
So, what are you waiting for? Happy writing!