Can You Tell A Story In…

Your new five-word challenge is here. Last week, I wanted you to feel the SUNSHINE. This week, I want you to give yourselves a BREAK. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word BREAK in it somewhere?

Here are your rays of SUNSHINE from last week:

Paul Mastaglio:

No sunshine when she’s away.

She’s brought the sunshine back.

Another day in the sunshine.

Darlene:

Sunshine is my favourite word.

You are my sunshine today.

Time for sunshine and fun.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Sunshine and showers all day!

His smile was like sunshine.

Waiting for sunshine this morning.

Having sunshine gives vitamin D!

Through the tunnel–into sunshine…

Sunshine came through the windows.

Sanandi-jacq:

Sunshine lifts and soothes soul.

Body cells sip sunshine nectar.

What! Sunshine? Out come legs!

Sunshine and shadows duel together.

Ritu:

Sunshine warms my lockdown face.

The sunshine brightens my day.

Sunshine. Great. Hayfever season’s here.

Take your hat off, Sunshine.

With sunshine comes pasty legs.

Kim Smyth:

Your sunshine smile lights hearts!

Walking through sunshine feels great!

Give us sunshine, not clouds.

John Reynolds:

Sunshine is out. I’m in.

Garden and Sunshine, it’s great.

Sunshine and showers are fine.

Roberta Writes:

Let sunshine into your heart.

Michael is my sunshine boy.

Sunshine is an extraordinary gift.

Bharul Chhatbar:

Sunshine, you bless my world.

I am sunflower, love sunshine.

Sunshine, you are so sublime.

Close your eyes, feel sunshine.

Sunshine, you are my chime.

Tessa:

There’s no sunshine around here.

Clouds are blocking the sunshine.

With sunshine, there comes sunburn.

Sunshine and sunburn go together!

Val Fish:

Sunshine turns frowns upside down.

Sunshine; golden rays from God.

Sunshine: our Vitamin D fix.

Sunshine: soporific rays and lazy days.

EDC Writing:

Okay, sunshine – keep your distance!

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34 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Array says:

    We need a break soon!

  2. Darlene says:

    Gimme a break for once!
    Be careful, don’t break it.
    It was her big break.
    Please don’t break my heart.

    I just love doing these, thanks.

  3. Ritu says:

    Please don’t break my heart.
    Waves break. Sun sets. Perfect.
    Seriously? Give me a break!
    (Directed at BoJo and the govt, wanting to use the young kids and teaching staff as guinea pigs)

  4. Paul Mastaglio says:

    Hi

    Step out. Take a break.

    How long is your break?

    Make a break for it.

    Cheers Paul 😁

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  5. John Reynolds says:

    It’s one big break now.
    I just love this break.
    Shake me, don’t break me.

  6. kevin cooper says:

    This will break your heart
    Your heart will truly break
    Break over and over again

  7. We both needed a break.
    Careful! Don’t break your neck!
    Let us all break bread.
    – page break –
    – page break –
    – end-
    Cat, do not break that!
    Help him break his habit?

  8. No break equaled no productivity. Break it, then bury it. She never got a break.

  9. Sanandi-jacq says:

    Break with routine. Summon creativity.
    Break down stubborn patterns. Thrive.
    Give me a break pussycat!

  10. I will break your arm.
    Do not break the china.
    My heart will break soon.

  11. trentpmcd says:

    I’m on a work break. I will break with tradition. I must break my silence. Give me a friggin break! Try to break the record, but don’t break your back.

  12. This Corona will break us.
    The strong don’t ever break.
    Break down the details.
    Let me break the news.
    She suffered a break down.

  13. Jason Moody says:

    Gimme a break. He’s what?
    Right, break time. Coffee calling!
    Break my heart? Not likely.
    A stolen break works wonders
    Break it, darling – you pay
    I want to break cheese!
    Only love can break boundaries

  14. Valerie Fish says:

    We were on a break! ( Ross to Rachel )

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