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Sunday, August 22, 2010

MicroFiction Monday



Susan at Stony River
Farm hosts Microfiction Monday. She posts a picture and you compose a story in 140 characters. You can click on the icon to get further instructions. To help you along she has posted a wonderful link that counts your characters for you! How great is that! You can get the counter at Design 215.

This meme is easy and it's fun! Thanks, Susan for hosting.

And here's the picture for the day!



He desperately tried to write their love story, but ghosts, skeletons from
the past haunted his days and nights. No place to run, hide!

41 comments:

Cláudio J. Gontijo said...

Sylvia.

I am visiting various places to spread the Verde Vida, dedicated to the environmental cause. I am a biologist and professor in Brazil.

http://www.vervida.blogspot.com

Thank you.

SquirrelQueen said...

Good one!

SandyCarlson said...

Good one, Sylvia! He looks haunted.

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

It must have been Love, I hope he will get to write his Love Story.

Diane said...

Great job! :O)

Pat said...

He should just let the love flow and the skeletons and ghosts will flee. Good one, Sylvia!

sylviamorice said...

Perhaps he needs to write ABOUT the ghosts and skeletons! Good start to a new week. Hope you have a great one.

EG Wow said...

Ah! A LOVE story! :) One of those past ghosts must have been pining away for him too!

Jim said...

Oh Sylvia, good one! Once those skeletons start coming out a person has 'had it.'
Moral of the story: hide your skeltons well because when they come out they are H*ll!
..

ninotaziz said...

Dear Sylvia,
Skeletons or not, love stories are the hardest to write...he will be at it for awhile...

magiceye said...

fantastic! so much in so little!

Thom said...

Isn't that the truth :) Very well done. Have a great week ahead :)

Kay said...

Very interesting. I must say it would certainly interfere with the mood of the romance.

KB said...

He loved her to death. Have a great week!

Michael G-G said...

Excellent one for the week, Sylvia. You captured that look in his eyes perfectly.

Have a great week.

Pietro said...
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Pietro said...

Excellent microfiction, Sylvia!
Happy new week :-)

G-Man said...

Sylvia....
Always so coooool!
:-)

lotusleaf said...

Very imaginative!

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Storia d'amore con uno scheletro nell'armadio ?
Bhe, credo che tutti noi ne abbiamo !
Difficile scriverla... finzione o realtĂ  autobiografica ?
Buona giornata :-)

MorningAJ said...

Awww. That's sad!

Lily Hydrangea said...

very funny Sylvia!
I love your banner. I hope you have a great week.

jabblog said...

The past comes rushing in unbidden - great take!

anthonynorth said...

That was great fun. Nice one :-)

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

excellent Sylvia, I really enjoy your blog.

Nessa said...

The past sure can seem so very real.

SouthLakesMom said...

I've had that writer's block before! Well, not with the ghosts...

'Tsuki said...

Nicely described... Skeleton closets are so full of personal nightmares...

Mama Zen said...

Oh, I like your take on the picture!

Scott said...

the look of consternation on his face, you've captured that so nicely!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You are very creative Sylvia! But I already knew that.

Deborah said...

Good one!! ... hope you have a great week too :o)

Akelamalu said...

Too many skeletons in the cupboard - hence the one outside! LOL

Splendid Little Stars said...

fun! skeletons in AND out of the closet! uh oh!

SparkleFarkle said...

I guess it's true: too many bones to pick can and will result in writer's block.

Suz said...

Oh I liked this angle!

John's comments said...

Kiss and tell even from the grave, shocking.Thanks for dropping by. My 140 is here

septembermom said...

Love your take on this one: the artist being caught up in his own "skeletons" as he tries to write. Great job!

hope said...

Must be an intense love story from the look of him. :) Nice!

Gattina said...

He must have had a very doubtful past with skeletons, lol !

Susan at Stony River said...

Oh Sylvia - what a nice take on it!

He does have a book in front of him (I'm glad you didn't make a cookbook ... !)

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