The carpenter who came to remodel our bedroom closet discovered you snoozing naked on our bed.
He’s refusing to return.
I know my note said to remove all your clothes, but honey, seriously. That wasn’t what I meant.
Trifecta Week 103 We want 33 words in addition to and preceding the following:
That wasn’t what I meant.
myopia (Photo credit: haglundc)
Poor, miserable, myopic me. My world used to dazzle and brilliantly shine. Now cloudy grey fog envelopes me. Horrible, disastrous morning! Case knocked into the bathroom basin, contacts slithered down the drain. CRAP.
Trifextra Week Ninety-Seven: This weekend we’re asking you to add thirty of your own words to the following three words for a total of thirty-three. Good luck!
Empty Eyes (Photo credit: Mire74)
With craft and cleverness he fought to own her,
With pledges and promises, halcyon gold.
But only emptiness burned from his eyes,
Dangerous, sinister, forbidding and cold.
She put their betrothal on hold.
This weeks Trifecta Writing Challenge: 33 to 333 words using the third definition of the noun CRAFT – skill in deceiving to gain an end.
WestJet, you’ve done it again. Whisked me from one side of the country to the other and back again, thousands of feet in the air.
Wish I could tell you it was magical.
Weekend Trifecta Prompt: Apostrophe – “A figure of speech in which some absent or nonexistent person or
thing is addressed as if present and capable of understanding.” Give us your best 33-word example of an apostrophe.
Week Seventy Trifextra Challenge: exactly 33 words inspired by the following picture.
Photo credit: mohammadali / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-SA
Someone has followed us here.
Are you sure? But who….?
No! Don’t look!
Listen. Stealthy footsteps.
Pebbles skitter. A shutter clicks.
Shhh. Stay calm, be still.
“mors vincit omnia” (Photo credit: Sinéad McKeown)
Cruel wind howls
Where he kneels as still as death
His grieving face is granite
His tears have turned to ice
Left behind in frozen darkness
With his stone cold broken heart
This is in response to this weekends Trifextra challenge:
..thirty-three word response using the word stone as one of your
thirty-three words. You can use any
definition of the word that you’d like, but we are specifically looking for
serious, well-conceived entries.