Can You Tell A Story In…

It’s Thursday and your new five-word challenge is here. This week, your prompt is NIGHT – suggested by Lance Greenfield. Thank you, Lance! So can you tell a story in five words, using the word NIGHT in it somewhere?

Here are your LETTERS stories from last week:

Keith Channing:

Letters make words make language.

Ritu:

I miss receiving handwritten letters.

Love letters filled with promises.

French letters – not for reading!

Christine Mallaband-Brown:

He was writing letters constantly.

Letters, they spell the world!

Her letters were first class.

John and Yoko, love letters.

letters spell a death knell.

Greek letters, alpha and omega.

Huge letters ‘please marry me’!

Lance Greenfield:

Love letters should be treasured.

Childhood letters in granny’s trunk.

Ancient letters found in cave.

Charming postman delivers delightful letters.

Embroidered letters on fine lace.

Jumbled letters could be clue.

Readers’ Letters pages sometimes pay.

Letters after my name? Maybe…

Trent’s World:

No letters in the box.

See the words, not letters!

She’s a woman of letters.

Sarian Lady:

Love letters on my mind.

Joy Smith:

Bundle of letters stops bullet.

Mothers receiving letters. Nations grieve.

Rearrange letters for crossword clue.

Emails see off love letters.

Greek letters need Pi crust.

Returned love letters, broken heart.

Red letter days. Roman holidays.

Study hard. Letters after name.

Letters with a promise SWALK.

EDC Writing:

Letters? No jabs in April?

Paul Mastaglio:

It’s time to write letters.

Letters make up the alphabet.

Letters form a orderly queue.

Zelda Rene:

His letters awakened her heart.

Linking People 2003:

Hindi alphabet has fifty-two letters.

English alphabet has twenty-six letters.

Hindi letters can express double!

Hindi letters dominated by English!

Globally English letters are accepted.

Love letters to Natally Ban.

Postal letters replaced through internet.

Postal letters box disappearing everywhere!

Letters make words for sentences.

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55 Responses to Can You Tell A Story In…

  1. At night the frogs sing
    The moon shone bright tonight.
    I’m collecting toadstools around midnight!
    The witch flew at night.
    Night comes and I sleep?
    Cheers! and good night all!
    Sorry my night was awful.
    I never sleep at night!

  2. Now In Green – Holly Trees

  3. Now it’s gone – hateful tonsillitis
    Now I’ll Get High Tea
    Northern Ireland Grand Hotel Trip!
    Near Iceland Getting Hot Tonight.
    Now I’m Gonna Hear Tinnitus

  4. trentpmcd says:

    Five word stories with “night”? They only waken at night…

  5. Ritu says:

    Tonight, I’m going OUT out!
    I’m not a night owl.

  6. Kim Smyth says:

    Tonight is thankfully “date” night!

  7. Eva Hnizdo says:

    Waiting. Evening, now night. Alone.

  8. Eva Hnizdo says:

    Just a question, I am new to this. It’s supposed to be just 5 words,right? Some entries have more.

  9. Stars, night, a wonderful sight.

  10. Paul Mastaglio says:

    The night slowly draws in.
    Night wraps itself around you.
    Sighing, you embrace the night.

    Cheers Paul 😁

  11. It comes out at night. Nightfall brings him fresh game.

  12. I confess that I have a huge advantage, as I suggested the prompt and I have had five-word NIGHT stories spinning around in my tiny mind for the last three days. I held off for a few hours to give everyone else a stab and I’ve taken out any that resembled any stories that have been submitted so far.

    So here are my contributions. I hope that you have as much fun reading them as I did writing them.

    Tonight brings my first BEDGASM!
    Overnight success takes a lifetime.
    Days without sunshine are nights.
    Nightshirt worn outside birthday suit.
    Join me for a nightcap?
    Nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.
    Vincent painted The Starry Night.
    Twenty-twenty was a global nightmare.
    Lancelot was Arthur’s favourite knight.
    Brightest dawns follow darkest nights.
    Black knights in white satin.
    Silky nightdress arouses amorous desires.
    Night of the long knives.
    ‘Allo ‘allo. Nighthawk calling London.
    Hello! Are you Deadly Nightshade?
    Write to Inspire: Night Writer
    Just one secretive night together?
    Nightstick: an American officer’s truncheon.
    Night-sight lights up sniper’s target.
    Cricket team needs a nightwatchman.
    Luminous night frogs taste horrible!
    Bump in the night. Scary!
    Pyjama party includes midnight fast.
    Summer nights, driftin’ away. Oh-oh!
    Gladys Knight had the pip.

      • Thanks Esther.
        You don’t know how much your three enthusiastic wows mean to me!!!
        It almost puts a whole new spin on your ‘bedgasm’ word that I fired back at you in my first story.

    • Linkingpeople2003 says:

      ….Excellent Lance! Keep it up! Thanks and Welcome!

      Bedgasm – A Poem

      Tonight brings my first BEDGASM!
      Overnight success takes a lifetime of phantasm.
      Days without sunshine are nights.
      Nightshirt worn outside birthday suit delights!
      —————————————————————-
      Join me for a nightcap?
      Nightingale sang in Berkeley Square for clap!
      Vincent painted The Starry Night.
      Twenty-twenty was a global nightmare sight!
      —————————————————————
      Lancelot was Arthur’s favourite knight.
      Brightest dawns follow darkest night!
      Black knights in white satin mires,
      Silky nightdress arouses amorous desires!
      —————————————————————
      Night of the long knives.
      ‘Allo ‘allo. Nighthawk calling London contrives!
      Hello! Are you Deadly Nightshade?
      Write to Inspire Night Writer as aid!
      —————————————————————
      Just one secretive night together?
      Nightstick: an American officer’s truncheon whatever.
      Night-sight lights up sniper’s target.
      Cricket team needs a nightwatchman on the carpet!
      —————————————————————-
      Luminous night frogs taste horrible!
      Bump in the night. Scary, not ignorable!
      Pyjama party includes midnight fast.
      Summer nights, driftin’ away. Oh-oh, aghast!

      The End

  13. Zelda Rene says:

    I love these prompts because they’re quick and easy; love the limerick prompts because they’re FUN and relatively quick and easy 🙂 🙂

  14. Neena says:

    As night melts dawn awakens!

  15. Linkingpeople2003 says:

    ….NIGHTLY episodes healthy with exercise!

    ….KEIRA Knightley nominated at twenty!

    ….NIGHT for anabolism; day, catabolism!

    ….SLEEP must for body’s repair!

    ….RAMADAN – day autophagy, night eating!

    ….EVIL spirits rise at night!

    ….BURNING midnight oil helps achieve!

    ….REPRODUCTIVE activity more at night!

  16. jusstwords says:

    My entries: 1) All night the tornado rages. 2) Pitter patter all night? Stop! 3) Death visited them that night. 4) Dark Night was the song. 5) A darker night, never seen.

  17. Joy Smith says:

    I run marathons at night.
    Night-time creativity. Best sellers.
    Sweaty night – menopause or TB?
    Full moon night, werewolves howl.
    Starry starry night. Hear that?
    Menopausal sleepless night, sheets drenched.
    Night duty – peace – no visitors.
    Night shift over. Porridge, sleep.
    Dark night settles, aromatherapy rules.
    Night sedation lingers, sleepy days.
    Night time conversations with Australasia.
    Tennis watching nights, Aussie Open
    Night night. Sleep tight. Bitten!

    • Wonderful. So many super stories.

    • Linkingpeople2003 says:

      ….Excellent Joy! Keep it up! Thanks and Welcome!

      NIGHT TIME: A Limerick

      I run marathons at night enhancing night-time creativity for best sellers,

      Sweaty night reveals menopause or TB in Full moon night, when wolves howl waking the dwellers!

      Menopausal sleepless night, sheets drenched but on Night duty – peace – no visitors,

      Night shift over, porridge, sleep, dark night settles, aromatherapy rules – no inquisitors!

      Night sedation lingers, sleepy days, night time conversations in the shelters!

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