Based on the feedback (yes, Orvan, you do have a voice, even if it mostly says Moo) we’re going to omit the emotions added to the prompts. Although it might be interesting to make the emotions the prompts… Just assign an emotion? That might be a thing next week. Writing to evoke an emotion is difficult, but modeling it with a character’s actions is a good exercise, rather than just stating the character feels such and such. For this week, though, we have our usual assortment of wildly creative (coffcoff) suggestions.
|AC Young||The sun and the clouds make pictures on the ground.||Fiona Grey|
|Fiona Grey||The rock-stretching man finished his latest piece and…||nother Mike|
|Becky Jones||The fire got cranky.||AC Young|
|nother Mike||The tadpoles swimming in the punch were unusual…||Leigh Kimmel|
|Leigh Kimmel||On the ground you find a silver coin — from three centuries in the future.||Cedar Sanderson|
|Cedar Sanderson||Up into glory||Becky Jones|
And the spares, for those of you who don’t do challenges and thrown gauntlets and all that.
|Spare||I love to tell the story, the old old story…|
|Spare||One potato, two potato, three potato… A STORE!|
|Spare||When he put his hand on the holy book, it caught fire…|
|Spare||Puff, the magic dragon, lived by the sea…|
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Have at it!