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In Other Words, awash…

In Other Words

awash

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Family barbecue…

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 a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less 
using the word barbecue.

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The  Invitation

Mama, Mama, Mr. Farmer invited me to the family barbecue!  You may have been invited, Sonny, but you are not going to Mr. Farmer’s family barbecue, no way! But Mama, he said I am a big boy now and his family will love me to pieces.  Oh, they will love you to pieces alright but I love you the way you are, all in one piece, so you are staying here with me.  Now get yourself back in the sty, be very very quiet and don’t come out until I say you can.

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In Other Words, barbecue…

In Other Words

barbecue

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The vows…

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 Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less
 
using the word vows.

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She had been in the convent for a while and felt she was ready to take her first vows, but before she did that she left for two weeks to be in the world to be certain of her vocation. She was staying with her family and on Saturday afternoon her cousin invited her to go to the Ice Cream Shoppe in town for sundaes. While there she met a handsome young man and fell in love. She never went back to the convent.  A few weeks later she and the handsome young man stood before the priest and said their vows to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part.

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The Field…

Three Line Tales, week 73

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The Field

Not long ago this field was filled with laughing children chasing after a ball hoping for a goal for their team.  Then one day near the end of a game all of them were gone, just gone without a trace.  Now we come to the empty field of green grass feeling scared and angry, wondering where they are and why they disappeared and…we grieve.

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