Writing Prompt: The Impossible Kid

In Aesop Rock’s album The Impossible Kid, being the impossible kid was an outright horrible thing where “everything he touch turns promptly to shit.” The phrase “impossible kid” leaves much to interpretation and a lot to inspire the imagination with. And so for my first writing prompt I want to hear in what ways you can interpret the impossible kid. What ways can you turn this idea and make it your own? Send poetry, short stories, flash fiction,  song lyrics (or even recordings of songs), even art! Any medium is fine as long as it meets the prompt.


Author: Austin L. Wiggins

Austin L. Wiggins is a poet, fiction writer, and essayist from Southern California. He runs a blog called Writings By Ender where he publishes his work every Saturday. Austin is also co-creator and writer for the upcoming literature magazine titled “Beautiful Losers”.

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