June Week 4 (6/25-7/1): Chrysalis

Last week of our June Bug poetry month is focusing on growth. Inspired by the wonderful idea of @ohsugarhoneyicedtea, we present to you this week’s prompt:


Your piece doesn’t have to be about bugs but it certainly can be! *Please let this inspire your writing in any way!*

For our prompts, we accept and encourage all types of writing. We just ask you to please stay on topic and please read our post on topics we do not want glorified and condoned.

Tag your post #psjune and we will reblog your work throughout the week. If your work is not reblogged within 48 hours (Tumblr can be glitchy with tags), please message @just-4-thought

Any questions? Ask us!


Aurelia heard everything change. It was like screaming, or singing in the language of atomic bombs. It should not have happened this way, she had meant to merge slow with this world. Not all at once.

“Too late, too late,” she sighed, the sky turning askew, and Aurelia set her hooks into the boiling oceans.