My challenge for you this week is to write a ten-word story using at least six words from the list given, or you can write a story/poem from the second list:
Option one: Choose at least six words from the following list and write a ten-word story:
Option two: Write a story/poem, centred around any of the following emotions :
Last week’s ten words were as follows:
As always, there were some brilliant entries:
Marjorie Mallon was first to rise to the challenge:
The Palimpsest a furtive jettatura, a leptosome caravan of Fanfaronade.
She even provided a translation: The reused or altered document, a furtive, casting of an evil eye caravan of boasting talk!!
Fiona Trowbridge’s is hilarious:
A demure, furtive, acersecomic leptosome presented Mourinho with a palimpsest.
Helen Gaen doesn’t ever disappoint:
The furtive acersecomic leptosome avoided the fanfaronade of Mourinho’s caravan.
David Harrison delights with two stories: