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Sunday, October 17, 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!

She knew they were watching, waiting for her answer. It wasn't the answer they
wanted. Soon they would seal her in the tomb they had chosen.


My friend from India has joined me again today. Here's hers!

Everytime I go by with the bricks, she says, "A jug of wine, a loaf of bread", and THOU! she hits out with a spear through the window....

30 comments:

Peggy said...

Maybe her captors will be so amazed at how brave she is that they will let her go!
Really good take this my friend.
Hope you have a great week ahead.

Pat said...

Maybe Sir Lancelot will come charging up on his white steed in the nick of time, lance the king a lot, and whisk away his princess to safety.

Diane said...

Hopefully the truth will set her free.... :O)

Michael G-G said...

Wow, Sylvia--a touch of the dark and macabre this week. Well done! (I'm with Pat, hoping for the arrival of Sir-lance-a-lot!)

Have a great week--nice to see some fall sunshine in our neck of the woods, isn't it?

anthonynorth said...

I think there's quite a wall developing between them :-)
Nice one.

Kay L. Davies said...

Ooh, Anthony, pun pun pun!!
Sylvia, will you ever tell us the answer?

Kay, Alberta

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

I am sure she will be rescued in time.

gospelwriter said...

Poor girl! But maybe there's still a way out? I hope so. Nice MM

SandyCarlson said...

Those demanding people OUT THERE--and what they do! Great one, Sylvia.

Rinkly Rimes said...

At least her conscience will be clear. I'd want more than that though!

Ugich Konitari said...

Everytime I go by with the bricks, she says, "A jug of wine, a loaf of bread", and THOU! she hits out with a spear through the window....

Ms.Daisy said...

Sylvia,
She is giving up much too soon! Though she is so brave to just stand there so cool, calm and collected!


~Jean

KB said...

She is very brave to stick to her convictions. Excellent MM.

Naturedigital said...

Great story. The artwork compliments it.
Costas

Kay said...

It's so much fun to see all the different takes on the same photo. Great job, Sylvia! I would like a hero to come and save her now.

EG Wow said...

I do hope someone arrives soon on his white horse!

2cute4u said...

Been a while here.. I'm glad I'm back..

MorningAJ said...

I hope I'd be that calm if someone was bricking me in because they disagreed with me!

lizziviggi said...

You've got to love a woman with some integrity... keeping secrets at the expense of her life.

Suz said...

oh I love this
a daring choice indeed

G-Man said...

I enjoyed them BOTH...G

sylviamorice said...

Oh--yours is sad, Sylvia, but I do like it. And I like the one your friend wrote, too.
Don't you just love the pictures that Susan chooses for us?
Have a great week. Cheers!

Quilly said...

You know, I think if I were the Princess, I'd be sticking the pitchfork in a couple of them! LOL!

septembermom said...

Both are terrific! Hope the princess is saved :)

Rigel said...

Forget the prince and his white horse -- she should karate chop her way out of there while she can! Haha. Loved your take and your friend's.

Madeleine said...

I like a strong woman who knows her mind! :O)

hope said...

Guess it's tough to wear a crown. ;)

Marina said...

Both are great. Hopefully she'll figure out how to escape :-)

Susan at Stony River said...

I love the quiet strength of your character -- and I love the spear-hurling spirit in your friend's!

evenstarwen said...

Geez, I didn't even notice there were people outside the window until I saw it this big. LOL. But I love both of your stories! Strong women.

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