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Believe it or not, it’s Thursday! That means it’s time for a ten word story based on the photo above.
Ten words, no more no less! Titles are fine, just don’t go overboard.
OK, here’s mine:
Pushing through, Ana returned to the world she called home.
(Photo by Mikes Photos from Pexels)
OK, we have this. Picture. Ten words. Story. Go.
Then she wished she’d never fall, and she never did.
It’s ten word photo prompt time! Using the above photo, write a ten word story. Yes to titles; no to titles as long as the story.
You can post here, on your blog, whatever floats your boat (GET IT?? BOAT?? BECAUSE IT’S A PICTURE OF A…never mind). Just make sure you leave a link so we can find you.
OK, and so here’s mine:
“Only a few hours,” he replied, his smile saying otherwise.
OK so you know how this works. Using the photo above, write a ten word story. Exactly ten words. You can have a title, but don’t go overboard.
Post here, on your blog, wherever. Just leave a link so we can find you!
About twenty feet up and falling fast, she thought, “oops.”
Must be Thursday!
Yep, Thursday! And it’s time for a ten word story using the above photo prompt. Ready?
Again–awkwardly–Tim discovered he wasn’t in the group text.
Thursday means a ten word story based on the photo above! Exactly ten words. You can have a title, but don’t kill the spirit of the thing.
OK, ready? Here’s mine.
Sun setting, there wasn’t much time left to save the world.
It’s the first picture writing prompt of 2019! In case you’re new, every Thursday I post a photo writing prompt. You write a ten word story. Exactly ten words every time.
You can have a title, just don’t go overboard! Post here, on your blog, wherever, just make sure you leave a link so we can find you.
And a reminder of the house rules, we a respectful of others here, so it should go without saying, yet these days it doesn’t. So keep that in mind.
OK and here’s mine:
They celebrated The Day’s arrival. They’d waited for so long.