Can You Tell A Story In…

Your new five-word challenge is here. Last week, I wanted to know what makes you SCREAM. This week, I want to know what you think about the WEATHER. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word WEATHER in it somewhere?

Here are your SCREAM‘s from last week:

Deeply Shreded:

And that scream go unnoticed…

I won’t scream, words will…


Scream and the world screams.

She screamed, “Jack the Ripper!”

They screamed for ice cream.

John Reynolds:

So quiet, can I scream.

Lockdown, I want to scream.

Scream, so it would seem.


Outwardly quiet. Inside, I’m screaming.

I scream for ice cream!

Lockdown mum? AKA Screaming Banshee!

Manuscript request? Screams with delight!

Who can scream the loudest?

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Scream when you see lightening.

A scream peirced the air!

Donkeys make my sister scream.

Scream on the roller-coaster ride!

It is hyphenated I scream!

Her haircut made me scream.

Tales From The Mind of Kristian:

“Love me!” I scream, Desperately.

Scream and you scream alone.

If no one listens, scream.

Roberta Writes:

The scream made him decide.

Her scream was not heard.

The scream cut off suddenly.

Listen! You scream, you die.

EDC Writing:

Can you scream in silence?

Her screams begin… his ends.

Her scream echoing in him.

Write Lindy:

Another Lockdown week, she screamed.

His touch made her scream.

Terror froze her scream.

Children scream in the sea.

Ruth Scribbles:

Scream to your hearts content.

I’d love to scream obscenities.


Scream your heart out honey!

Do scream for rat’s sake!

The painting’s scream echoes pandemic.

Scream your pain. Relieve grief.

Don’t scream. It’s only me.

Paul Mastaglio:

Rules, rules. I could scream!

Scream until you are free.

Then you scream for joy.

Just Muddling Through Life:

A loud scream was heard!

The scream echoed around her.

The blood curdling scream hurt.

A scream can ease pain.

I love a good scream!

Val Fish:

Children’s screams are the best.

Scary dreams make you scream.

She screamed with wild abandon.

Don’t scream or I’ll shoot.

And here are two from Sharon Harvey on the previous MEDIA prompt:

Social Media is very popular.

The media is at work.


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31 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Darlene says:

    Some great scream stories.

  2. Ritu says:

    Walkies time, whatever the weather.
    News Flash! British Weather Unpredictable!
    Weathering this new global storm.
    Hot weather. Ice cream. Perfect.
    Cold weather. Hot chocolate. Perfect.
    The weatherman was wrong again.
    Perfect weather for walking ducks.
    Weather-worn stones tell great stories.

  3. Forecast? Weather girl hot spell.

  4. Kim Smyth says:

    We can weather the storm!
    Texas has such wicked weather!
    My husband fears bad weather.

  5. This is a great idea, Esther but I’m struggling to tell a story in 80,000 words at present lol. Any more news on your book? 🙂

  6. Weather forecast: sunshine and snow?!
    The weather caused a flood.
    Tornado weather down in mississippi..
    The yatch weathered the storm.
    The weather god sent rain….
    I’m singing in the weather…
    Weather watch, toads falling today…!

  7. Sanandi-jacq says:

    Whether the wether weathers well …

  8. Whether, the uncontrollable, the unpredictable…

  9. Paul Mastaglio says:


    Come out, whatever the weather.

    The weather keeps you guessing.

    You can’t beat British weather!

    Cheers Paul 😁


  10. John Reynolds says:

    It’s nice weather we’re having.
    Here is the weather forecast.
    It’s not very nice weather.
    Hope the weather keeps fine.
    Cheers John

  11. Valerie Fish says:

    We’ll weather this storm together

  12. Weather, weather shall be pleasurable?
    No matter what weather, enjoy!
    Weather is treasure of nature.
    Weather, wind, whispers, wonderful,world!

  13. Tessa says:

    Let’s talk about the weather.
    I am sick of hot weather.
    I am sick of cold weather.
    I prefer spring, fall weather.
    Hot weather and Mister Softee.

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