Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. This week, I want you to think about what the word BRAVE means to you. So can you tell a story in five words, using the word BRAVE in it somewhere?

Thank you so much for keeping me amused with your responses over the past few weeks. My recovery is slow and I’m typing with one finger on the wrong hand! But I’ll get there.

Here are your ORANGE stories from the beginning of September:

Annette Rochelle Aben:

I just ate an orange.

Trent’s World:

A day wasted rhyming “orange”.

Darlene:

In Holland, orange is everywhere.

Fabulous in an orange dress.

Orange is her favourite colour.

Stay healthy, eat an orange.

Oranges daily keep doctors away.

Sheila:

Orange jacket. Exciting post-delivery.

Kim Smyth:

Oranges, while tasty, upset me.

Oranges irritate my stomach sometimes.

Shame is, I love oranges!

Ritu:

Donald Trump is orange hued.

Orange – the colour of Sikhs.

Love eating a juicy orange.

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

Orange skin, very weird politics!

Does orange peel repel cats?

Orange or Clemantine, you chose.

My cat’s an orange tabby.

Orange teacup by Clarice Cliff?

She knitted orange pop socks!

Paul Mastaglio:

Do I not like orange?

Orange jacket can be seen.

Perhaps I like orange now.

Kim Blade’s Writing:

Orange-blossom fragrance smells divine.

Oranges grow in warm climates.

An orange horizon heralds sunrise.

Red and yellow make orange.

Orange is a happy colour.

Sanandi-jacq:

The future’s orange spiky balls!

Chelsea Owens:

Orange you glad for clichés?

He preferred his oranges juiced.

Colonel Orange wore green today.

Rhen Laird:

Orange is not my color.

Val Fish:

Fake tan fail; orange disaster.

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20 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. Scotland the brave and mountainous,
    Brave Belle beat Brutal Ben
    I was brave, ate chilli’s!
    He was very brave today.
    Have you eaten brave potatos?
    You can brave the weather.
    Bungee jumper, ever so brave!

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  2. Ritu says:

    Am I feeling brave enough?
    Would you brave a bungee?

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  3. sarianladyaolcom says:

    The Spitfire beckoned the brave

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  4. Kim Smyth says:

    I was brave and parasailed!
    Writing is a brave act.

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  5. Brave are those who try
    Brave are those who fail

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  6. Sarah says:

    Be brave and stay indoors. 😃 I hope that you’re recovering well, Esther. I sent in a letter to a craft magazine and the editor has emailed me to tell me it will be printed soon! I was over the moon as it’s been so long since I’ve had anything accepted. Thank you for encouraging me with your book. I tagged you on Twitter but I did it wrong, lol. 🤣🤣 Someone else tagged you in the reply.

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  7. Zack and Zelda says:

    Here’s mine, Esther–I hope you’re doing well after your surgery 🙂 https://breathingshallowpoetry.wordpress.com/2020/09/25/brave/

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  8. trentpmcd says:

    Put on a brave face; it’s a brave new world.

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  9. Sick people are very brave.
    Bravery and courage are synonyms.
    Criminals are opposite of brave.
    My soldier mother was brave.
    Brave people are also kind.

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