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Celebrating National Kite Flying Month: Giving You 8 Reasons to Write This Month

April 12, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 128

Have you ever flown a kite? Have you ever attended a kite festival? What goes through your mind as you watch a kite dance with the wind? Kites have been and continue to be a whimsical, fascinating outdoor activity that requires the mechanical skill of maneuvering the strings that control these lightweight, dazzling and colorful flying wonders in the sky.

Traditional kite festivals and events unite kite flyers and those who love to watch kite performances around the world. It gives kite pilots the opportunity to display their unique, artistic, aerodynamic pieces of artwork demonstrated through the skillful techniques of their navigational performances. This aerobatic ballet in the sky started as a scientific tool used for such purposes as meteorology, wireless communications, aerial photography and aeronautics.

As we celebrate National Kite Flying Month, this is an opportune moment to allow this art form to inspire you to write. Here are 8 ways to get inspired and compose some amazing pieces of work to celebrate the art of kites this month:

1. Write about what kite designs and shapes are representative of certain countries and cultures.2. Write a review about kites or a book written about kites.3. Write about the types of materials kites are made from.4. Write a poem or short story about your experience flying a kite.5. Write about local, national or international kite flying clubs. 6. Write about why people are so fascinated by kites. 7. Write about the history and evolution of kites.8. Write a blog or article about the photos you have taken of kites in flight.

"Go fly a kite" is an idiom used to tell annoying people to go away and leave you alone. However, as we redefine this expression during National Kite Flying Month, let this theme release your inner writing creativity and revive the love of a skilled hobby in a new and innovative way. By the way, the third Sunday in April is dubbed "Go Fly a Kite Day!"

Kym Gordon Moore is a marketing specialist, transformational speaker and professional content writer http://www.kymgmoore.com She is the author of "Diversities of Gifts: Same Spirit," contributing author to "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Mom" and Co-Founder of Favorite Things for a CAUSE where you can download a FREE eBooklet, "Clean Up Your ACT!" http://www.favoritethingsforacause.com

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