2.1 Revision: Ring around the ... tub, moon, collar...Rinse and repeat.
Locate a piece of writing that needs a shift: sitting on a plateau, unaware of edges or teetering on the edge, unaware of ground. Gather some water soluble markers (washable markers); do not steal from children, rather, liberate the markers from their fists. Write the text round and round and round the tub, bowl, vase [a basin of sorts]. As you fill the container with water, watch as the words morph, dissolve, shift, move, slide, disappear.
The sloshing of water in belly in basin in moon - what does the gut say? What lingers, remains? What will the writing contain? What will it not contain? What should the container look like? If there is a ring in the tub, what color is it?
Write down the imprint: physical, emotional, cognitive --- process and processing.
Feeling generous?!? If you are in the sharing mood, please, submit the writing generated from this exercise to Precipice-Collective for inclusion in our anthology - Precipice: Writing at the Edge. In addition to critical essays and creative works, the anthology will include writing prompts, and hopefully, with your contributions, writing samples from our online community.