Here are February's prompts, courtesy of nagaina_ryuuoh!
And as, you'll see, they have a lovely theme:
February 1: The Earth is frozen solid, like a heart that will not love
February 2: My love a beacon in the night
February 3: O, for a muse of fire!
February 4: A candle burned on the table
February 5: Snowflakes are kisses from heaven
February 6: As seek to quench the fire of love with words
February 7: ...Some say in ice
February 8: Words are only painted fire
February 9: Only ice in the blood
February 10: Fire is never a gentle master
February 11: In the ice of its own indifference
February 12: Some say the world will end in fire
February 13: Love is the fire of life -- consuming, purifying.
February 14: Love is a friendship caught on fire.
February 15: All things, oh priests, are on fire...
February 16: Thou art all ice -- thy kindness freezes
February 17: It is not light we need, but fire
February 18: When walking on thin ice, you may as well dance
February 19: Life is the fire that burns and the sun that gives light
February 20: Like fragile ice, anger passes away in time
February 21: In our youth our hearts were touched with fire
February 22: You are ice and the fire of your touch burns my hands like
February 23: Fire, though it may be quenched, will not become cool
February 24: Cruel as winter and cold as the snow
February 25: My candle burns at both ends
February 26: So comes snow after fire
February 27: Do not shine. Do not seek to shine. Burn.
February 28: Teach me to forget myself, as melted snow forgets its life
February 29: ...To usher in the spring
1 & 29. Lyrics from Through the Bitter Frost and Snow by Susan McKeown
and Lindsey Horner.
2. Lyrics, Winter Song.
3, 6, 16. Shakespeare
4. Boris Pasternak, Winter Night.
7 & 12. Robert Frost, Fire and Ice.
8. Mark Twain.
9. Marge Piercy, The Weight.
11. Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
14. Bruce Lee. Yes, that Bruce Lee. Seriously.
15. Gautama Siddharta, Buddha.
17. Frederick Douglass.
20 & 23. Ovid.
21. Oliver Wendell Holmes.
22. Amy Lowell.
24. Lewis Bates.
25. Edna St. Vincent Millay.
26. JRR Tolkien.
27. Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi.
28. William Alexander.