Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s challenge time! For this week’s five-word challenge, can you tell a story in five words, using the word Broken in it somewhere?

Last week, your story needed to contain the word Help. You sent in some fantastic stories. Here they are:

Kim Smyth:

Help! Surgery tomorrow, prayers needed!


Crazy class! Help needed currently!

Can I help you, Madam?

Need gin. Where’s the help?

Trent’s World:

Please come soon. Bring help…

Good help: hard to find.

Sorry. I couldn’t help it.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Help, I need somebody’s body!

I don’t need your help!

The hired help has left.

Help end world poverty now.

Help yourself to mashed potato?

We need police help – now!

Hugh Roberts:

Help! I’ve just been murdered.

Please help me murder her.

Help me hide her body.

Help me find the body.

Climate change – Help the humans.

Ruth Scribbles:

Help! Somebody, help me now!

Nine one one equals help!

Say help softly, said no one!

Help! Help! Help! Help! Help!

Paul Mastaglio:

Help is on its way.

Help! I’m having writer’s block.

You’re a good help. Sometimes!

Chris Page:

Stuck in peat. Need help.

Help those who lost everything.


All you need is help.

Just Muddling Through Life:

I’m going mad, need help!

Help, I’m stuck for words.

Sometimes we all need help.

Help! I need somebody, help!

I need someone to help.

Simon Farnell:

I need help keeping up.

I’m so beyond help now.

Walking is helping my fitness.


Help! Where is the bathroom?

Help me find my way!

Help, I lost my money!

Help, my car’s broken down.

Help! I have fallen down.

Help! I can’t get up.

Sharon Harvey:

Help, is there anyone here?

Help is available for you.


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28 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. trentpmcd says:

    Broken hearted, she cried today. Don’t use it, it’s broken. We’re stranded, all communication broken.

  2. Broken, she screamed and cried.
    The broken statuette was evidence.
    My heart was broken again.
    Dogs escape through broken fences.
    Mending broken hearts is impossible.
    I’m broken and done today.

  3. Kim Smyth says:

    So tired of being broken!

  4. Ritu says:

    My iPad is broken. Help!
    Don’t break hearts. Mend them
    She left… I feel broken.
    Broken trust is never mended.
    Favourite toy broken. Dear God!

  5. Her broken spirit never healed; Broken down but not defeated; If its broken, fix it.

  6. Paul Mastaglio says:


    Broken heart. Such sweet sorrow.

    It isn’t broken. Don’t fix.

    The car’s broken down. Again!

    Paul Mastaglio 😁


  7. Nope -the dog wasn’t housebroken.
    There she lay, Oreos broken.
    Heartbroken? Yes; specifically, left ventricle.

  8. Simon says:

    Hi there Esther, I’m on my game this week. I hope you have a great weekend. Let’s see what chaos I can wreak today:
    My brokenness was killing me.
    Wet glass, broken glass – oops!
    I’ve broken my tooth – Ouch!

    Hope you had a good day 🙂

  9. Sanandi-jacq says:

    Speaking broken Italian, she stuttered.
    Sibling relationship broken by distance.
    Meditation mends broken bones faster.
    Broken slab. Aslan arises unbound.

  10. Tessa says:

    Broken toys equal crying kids.
    Broken toys equal frustrated moms.
    Broken toys, need new ones.

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