This month's writing prompt is loosely based on something I read about Erik Ehn's silent writing retreats. I read an account that in the midst of silence, he gave one playwright a poem to memorize. I think this exercise was meant to counter the struggle with silence.
Block out some time -- maybe two or three hours. Try to do it one sitting. The goal should be to write a new 10-minute play. But who knows--it could grow into something longer. You need to focus for this, so try doing this without music, internet, social media, or any other sound or distraction, except the poem on which this exercise is based.