Prompt of the Week: One Sentence Wonder

Write a story or poem in one sentence.

Write your response in the comments below. Your entry may get a shout out next week!

Write with Heart,

Lady Jabberwocky

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19 thoughts on “Prompt of the Week: One Sentence Wonder


    You watch your children grow like little saplings in the radiant sunlight and when you revisit those saplings the next day, they are majestic redwoods reaching for the skies.

    NAR © 2022

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  2. The ruined castle rose silent and beautiful over the dark forest, attracting the adventurers who were looking for a safe place in which to camp, but in the dungeons below stirred things that were neither silent nor beautiful.

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  3. It was a desert of crisp, dry grass; the pounding sun beat down upon the hedgehog’s head as he hurried at a snails pace through the drought ravaged field, hot with hoping for peace in the ever distant shade.

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