Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s time for another five-word challenge. Last week, I wanted you to look to the FUTURE. This week, I want you to have some GOALS. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word GOALS in it somewhere?

Here are your FUTURE creations from last week:

Paul Mastaglio:

The future is tomorrow’s present.

Open the door. Future’s here!

Hug the future and smile.

Roberta Writes:

Don’t think about the future.

Her future would be different.

The future can be changed.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

My future is to come.

In future don’t be late!

He walked into his future.

She wrote her own future.

My future? Not very exciting!

In future buy me flowers…


Past, future illusion. Just presence.

Future promises return to simplicity.

Stay present. Future time dissolves.

Who knows the future, lies.

Future? All in the mind.

Future never guaranteed. Live unconditionally.

A future foretold? Bah! Codswallop!

Pandora’s box opened blighted future.

Ruth Scribbles:

The future is not seeable.

Do that in the future.

Future times await us now.


Can’t contemplate the future, yet.

Future’s what we make it.

Back To The Future lied!

Hope future skies remain clear.

Dreaming of a successful future.

Tabitha Dudeney:

We create the future, now.

Bharul Chhatbar:

Future is hard to predict.

Family outing in future!

Run, come in present- future!

Fun,frolic, celebration in future.

Dear future, bring good luck.

Jason Moody:

And you’re from where, exactly?

Alan. It’s the future calling.

Your future is…uhm…oh.


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33 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Ritu says:

    Aim. Shoot. GOAL! And repeat.
    Life goals shouldn’t stay dreams
    My goal? Book Chart DOMINATION!

  2. Kim Smyth says:

    My goal is to survive.
    Have you any new goals?

  3. trentpmcd says:

    Four goals, but we lost… Dreams to goals to reality. Work hard, achieve your goals.

  4. Darlene says:

    Her goal was to live.
    A goal out of reach.
    One goal for each day.
    Babysteps will reach your goal.

  5. GOALS are for the weak.
    I hate GOALS, with passion.
    What are his GOALS, anyway?

  6. Pele scored the winning goal!
    My goal is to win.
    That was a golden goal.
    His goal was to paint.
    We have a different goal.
    It’s goal, not gaol (spellchecker!)

  7. writelindy says:

    Dream, big goals are possible.
    Goals are achievable. I know.
    Goals push babies to achieve.
    The snake swallowed his goal.
    My goals are not his.
    Children need their own goals.

  8. Sanandi-jacq says:

    Mother Nature’s goals succeeding nicely.
    Goals helpful but not necessary.
    Changing goals – a necessary adaptation.

  9. Mr Paul L Mastaglio says:


    It’s good to have goals.

    Goals with sticks and bar.

    Score some goals. Go on!

    Cheers Paul 😀

  10. John Reynolds says:

    Selfish goal, a Euro win.
    My goal, a famous writer.
    To achieve goals and deadlines.

    Cheers John

  11. Simon says:

    Hi there Esther, I hope you’re good… I don’t know how I can sabotage this one lol.

    I’m not meeting my goals
    The football hit to goal

    Have a great weekend 🙂

  12. Valerie Fish says:

    George Best’s goals were legendary

  13. markbierman says:

    Some great lines here, but my fav was “Future promises return to simplicity.” I hope that’s the case, soon. Thanks for sharing, Esther.

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