My ten-word challenges seem to be going down a treat so here’s another one for you. This week, I’d like you to write a ten-word story using five of the words from the following list:
Here are last week’s words:
And now the results:
Adhin Shamina came up with one very quickly:
Susurrous tintinnabulation during epiphany serve as umbrella for any breakthrough!
Devotees unravel susurrous mind in the tintinnabulation of the epihpahy.
Richard Schulte did go over ten words, but as his story is so good, I’ll let him off:
Poe had a sudden epiphany. He unraveled the essence of bells. Tintinnabulation. The chimes ceased; the rain began. He opened his umbrella and moved on.
Helen Gaen, once again, found that once she started she couldn’t stop. Enjoy all her brilliant efforts:
The tintinnabulation was scintillating, contrasting the susurrous brook. An epiphany!
Tom’s umbrella stopped the tintinnabulation; alas not the scintillating Corbyn!
Ratatouille dripped from Corbyn’s plate: an umbrella caught the unravel!
The tintinnabulation was scintillating; the ratatouille an epiphany. Corbyn? Hmm…
Corbyn’s umbrella caught in Harriet’s jumper: the unravel was scintillating!
Bharul Chhatbar sent in two:
The epiphany: scintillating corbyn unravelled tintinnabulation to be of umbrella!
Amongst the tintinnabulation, Corbyn’s epiphany was the magic of ratatouille.
Welcome to Les Moriarty who joined in for the first time with two very witty stories:
Susurrus and tintinnabulation in the lobbies. Corbin’s epiphany has begun.
His scintillating umbrella covered Corbyn’s epiphany. Rain again in England.