This week’s challenge is to write a twenty-word story using as many words from the list given as you can, or you can write a story/poem from the second list:
Option one: Choose your words from the following list and write a twenty-word story:
Option two: Write a story/poem, centred around any of the following emotions :
Last week’s words were:
Here are your wonderful creations:
Amir Hosein Ghazi was quick off the mark:
The Liverpool sweets’ train hit the furious ulotrichous feline.
David Harrison sent in two stories which made me chuckle:
- The xylopolist’s trampoline bounced his furious ulotrichous feline to Liverpool.
- “Argute feline! Scoffed my sweets!” roared the xylopolist with ecophobia.
- The argute, ulotrichous xylopolist loved trains, sweets and felines.
- Furious, the argute xylopolist threw trampolines and trains. Ecophobia?
- Liverpool attracted xylopolists, trains and felines. Argute Andy devoured sweets.
- The ulotrichous furious feline from Liverpool met the argute xylopolist.
- The trampolining echophobic Liverpudlian boarded a train furiously eating sweets.
Option two was to write a story/poem, centred around any of the following emotions :
Carol Campbell posted her super interpretation of the emotion ‘bitter’ on her blog: