#ThursdayThoughts ten word photo prompt: Thanksgiving Edition

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It may be Thanksgiving but it’s still Thursday! That means a ten word story.

And while our Thanksgivings may, or do, or SHOULD look different this year, we might as well mark the day with one of our ten word stories.

So long as they’re exactly ten words. No Thanksgiving theme required, either.

Using the image above as a prompt, craft a story of exactly ten words, and then have a great holiday.

Ready? Here’s mine:

Thoroughly misunderstanding “distanced holiday,” Holly found herself miles from home.

#ThursdayThoughts ten word photo prompt: Perspective

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When we get to Thursday we hit our #ThursdayTen! In just ten words, write a story based on the photo above.

Exactly ten words.

It’s super easy, except in that it’s hard.

Ready?

Here’s mine:

Finally through the dimensional barrier, stuck, Kevin felt gravity dissolve.

#ThursdayThoughts Ten word photo prompt: Triumph

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It’s time for our #ThursdayTen! Using the image above as a prompt, write a ten word story.

Exactly ten words.

You can do it, right?

I thought so. Ready? Here’s mine:

The news traveled the globe in seconds. It was over.

(Fine maybe mine’s nonfiction this time!)

#ThursdayThoughts: ten word photo prompt: Triumph

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It’s Thursday of this week that feels interminable, and that means it’s time for a ten word story!

Not the interminable part, though, just the Thursday part. The Thursday part means it’s time…ah never mind, you get it.

Using the above photo as a prompt, write a ten word story. EXACTLY ten words.

Here’s mine:

The earth rumbled and roared, rising to meet his feet.

#ThursdayThoughts Ten Word Story: Careful

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It’s Thursday and time for our #ThursdayTen! That’s our new hashtag, in case you’re wondering, and a way from here on out to find the Thursday prompt!

Using the photo above for inspiration, write a ten word story.

EXACTLY ten words.

No problem right?

Here we go. This is mine:

“A deal,” he said, and the smoke curled around him.

#ThursdayThoughts ten word photo prompt: New Day

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It’s Thursday! You know what that means. Or maybe you don’t, that’s also possible.

It’s time for a ten word story! Using the above image as a prompt, write a story of ten words.

Exactly ten words.

Any genre, as long as it’s ten words.

Ready? Here’s mine:

Sunrise proved it. They’d saved the planet, just one last time.

#ThursdayThoughts ten word photo prompt: Hope

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It’s THURSDAY. Already. Somehow. Which means it’s time for a ten word story!

Using the above image as a prompt, write a ten word story.

EXACTLY ten words.

Nothing easier! Except a lot of things.

Ready? Here’s mine:

Darin broke through the timestream. Tomorrow would be different now.

#ThursdayThoughts ten word photo prompt: Forward

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It’s Thursday! That means ten word story time. Using the above image as prompt, write a ten word story.

Exactly ten words.

No problem, right?

Mmhmmm.

OK ready? Here’s mine:

Shapes blurred through the portal. Ella hoped they were friendly.

#ThursdayThoughts ten word photo prompt: perseverance

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Technical difficulties are my theme today, but nonetheless we press on! Because it’s Thursday.

And I said so.

Using the above photo as a prompt, wrote a ten word story. Exactly ten words.

Easy peasy.

Ready? Here’s mine:

Zombie death was no excuse. Enid demanded Roger finish painting.

#ThursdayThoughts ten word photo prompt: possibilities

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It’s ten word story time! Using the above image as a prompt, write a ten word story.

Exactly ten words.

I admit I considered not doing a prompt this week given all that’s happened, but sometimes you need a distraction. Or you need fiction to help deal with reality.

Anyway, here’s mine:

Bader opened the portal. She only had to find when.