That’s week 32 of Year 2, and the future stretches out in front of us, veiled in fog, shadowy hints of what might be flicker in and out, looming, while reality’s thin tendrils snake unseen at ankle height…
But at least there are prompts to anticipate when you’re stumbling forward in real life.
|AC Young||The local theatre had put out the adverts for their latest production, “Seven Grooms for Seven Sisters”. Apparently it was an Amazon’s favourite musical…||Fiona Grey|
|Becky Jones||The small gargoyle sitting on the book case shelf was the only one laughing at your jokes.||Leigh Kimmel|
|nother Mike||The weather was bad when the witch got hit by a tomato plant flying in the winds…||AC Young|
|Fiona Grey||The grid pattern showing the safe path flashed once, twice, and then vanished.||Cedar Sanderson|
|Leigh Kimmel||You pull in at a rest area and in a nearby car you see….||nother Mike|
|Cedar Sanderson||The old camera from the flea market had a roll of film inside. Once developed, the images…||Becky Jones|
Want to take part in the prompts but didn’t send one in last week? Grab a spare, and report your results back in the comments, where the future becomes tangible!
|Spare||The carnival opened with all the animals making their way down the main street playing their instruments.|
|Spare||On your first space voyage, you are not quite sure about the seatbelts on the toilet, but you decide to try to use them anyway…|
|Spare||Playing twister while trying to cast spells might not have been the best idea…|
|Spare||When you unpacked the puppet from Amazon, it started talking… and dancing, too!|
|Spare||When you looked in the mirror, you didn’t expect the tentacles.|
Keep in mind when you send a prompt to oddprompts at gmail dot com that there is no wordcount, it doesn’t even have to be written, and the point is to wake your brain up and engage your imagination. If this post can be done in less than ten minutes because that’s all the time there was? You can do a prompt response.
See you in the future.