Yes, it’s that time of the week again – time to get your creative brain working for my weekly challenge. Enjoy!
Option one: Choose as many words as you can from the following list and write a twenty-word story:
Option two: Write a story/poem, centred around any of the following emotions :
Your words for option one for last week were:
Here are the amusing entries:
Kim Russell was straight in there with her brilliant story:
Gordon, a rambunctious, quixotic nincompoop, built a secret snowman with macaroni. His karma was vermillion sunglasses to correct his vision.
Helen Jones’ story will make you laugh:
A nincompoop in vermilion sunglasses hailed a taxi. Gordon, quixotic, tried to get in first, but lost a palouche. Karma.
Nest Madden didn’t go for using as many words as possible but went for humour:
Gordon; Thank you Alexander Gordon for your 1769 gin recipe. The purity of your sprit has been inspiring writers for years.
Helen Gaen, on the other hand, went for using all fifteen words. Here’s her super story:
Rambunctious nincompoop, quixotic paradigm, Gordon Snowman loved alliteration, pabouches, vermillion taxis, macaroni, secrets and sunglasses. His karma? Dodgy vision.
David Harrison brings us two hilarious stories:
Seeing a vermillion snowman with some sunglasses, rambunctious eating his macaroni and wearing pabouche made Gordon feel like a nincompoop.
Last week’s emotions for option two were:
Here are two excellent takes on these emotions: