My challenge for you this week is to write a story or poem on one of the following themes:
- The storm
- Time travel
Jane Basil wasn’t able to use the internet when I set my alliteration challenge two weeks ago. She said ‘I was disappointed to miss your challenge, because it was the kind of thing I love to do. I had a go at it even though I couldn’t post it. I may have got a bit carried away – again! This is what I came up with.’ Please take a look. It’s brilliant.
Now into the results of last week’s challenge. You were set the task of writing a ten-word story, which had to feature five words from the following list:
Jane Basil made sure she didn’t miss this challenge:
Flummoxed, the nincompoop queen licks flip flop, foot in popsicle.
Jane also wrote a fantastic fifteen-word story using all ten words:
Hot day. Snotty nincompoop throws flip-flop seawards. Splash! Flummoxed queen drops popsickle. Demands jail. Codswallop!
Stepheny Houghtlin sent in an amusing one:
The flummoxed, snotty queen wore flip flops off to jail.
Geoff Le Pard always makes me laugh out loud:
‘Nincompop,’ she said, as my hot snotty splashed her flipflop.
Fiona Trowbridge sent in a clever story:
Popsicle was flummoxed but Flip-flop saw Nincompoop graffiti the jail.
Richard Nicholson‘s story is a witty one:
The Queen thought the snotty popsicle licking nincompoop seemed flummoxed.
Sacha Black is very busy but managed to squeeze one in:
“Jail the snotty nincompoop,” roared Queeny, flummoxed by his codswallop.