Prompts

THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 8

Two words are offered each week for consideration. Each word has a similar definition, but one is more expressive. You can pick either word, or both, to use in your story.

THE RULES:

  1. Go write something using the prompt: fiction, poetry, thrillers, fantasy, romance, personal memoir... anything.
  2. You MUST use one or both prompts, in any tense or form, as long as it's grammatically correct.
  3. Try to keep your missive to 700 words or less.
  4. Come back here to link up in the comments section below. Include the URL to the specific post and not just your homepage.
  5. Deadline to enter is Sunday, midnight CST (5 a.m. Monday GMT)
  6. One entry per person.

THE PROMPTS

Labyrinth and/or Maze

[noun] a complicated irregular network of passages or paths in which it is difficult to find one's way; a complex network of paths or passages

Have a suggestion for a prompt? Please leave your word pair in the comments.

In case you missed last week's submissions for "Unrequited" and/or "Spurned": 

Tara, “Hazards and pitfalls
Tessa, “Spurned Jesus' Love
Nonamedufus, “Done Like Dinner
Joe, “As the World Spurns
Stacy, “’Twas an Unrequited Love
Kenneth, “The Vault

Keep Writing!

Tara

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Comment by nonamedufus yesterday

This week, to paraphrase the Beatles, Maybe I'm A Maze

Comment by Teresa Smeigh yesterday
Comment by Christa Dillman on Wednesday

Here's mine for this week:  Trapped.

Thanks for reading!

Comment by Tara Roberts on Tuesday

Caves and blue light... Into the light

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