The affair

Trifextra: Week 102

This week Trifextra is asking for exactly 33 of our own words about love gone wrong.  But we’re  not  to use any of the following words:

love
sad
tears
wept
heart
pain
 
This weekend’s challenge is community judged.

– See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/#sthash.sNMv8id0.dpuf

This sure  was  a tough challenge but had fun writing this.Hope you enjoy my 33 words:-)

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The affair

 

Gerald and Suzy are lovers.

Enter Allen-the rich, handsome neighbour.

A secret affair blossoms…

Rumours spread.

Suzy decides to end it all.

Walks in-to catch Gerald and Allen in the throes of passion!

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Legacy

Trifextra: Week 101

On to this week’s Trifextra challenge.  This week Trifecta is asking for 33 of our own words inspired by the following picture.

 

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Here are my 33 words.

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Legacy

Oh why did Grandpa do this?

Her dream was to write, not inherit a cafe!

The customers did give her ideas for characters and plots, she conceded.

Sighing, she went back to work.

 

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Three in a row

 

 

This weekend Trifextra says this-“writers, it’s up to you. We want you to choose a word and use it three times in your 33 words. However, it must be either a verb, noun or adjective and the form of the word cannot change, it must appear exactly the same three times.

 See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/#sthash.0aiW8NOz.dpuf

Here are my 33 words:-)

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Three in a row

She was on the third floor.

She knocked.

She smiled, enjoying the look of surprise on his face.

He was her third and final victim.

Third time had always proved lucky for her.

 

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Trifextra: Week Eighty-Eight

Weekend is here and  it is time for Trifextra.

Trifecta has a history of dedicating the entire month of October to Halloween.  They are kicking it off early and easy with this prompt:

You’ve found some old books.  On page 3 of one of the books, this illustration appears:

Artist credit: Dan Duford
www.poisonedplayground.com

Trifecta wants us to give the 33 words that follow this illustration.  What happens next? 

Here is mine 🙂

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Brain-dead

 

Jeepers! You are ugly!

Umm…pffttt…

Oh God! You stutter!

OOOOAAARRGGHH!

Don’t! Your breath stinks!

Squelch…Squish…

Man! You are falling to pieces!

Unhhhh…

“JOSH!”

 Go back! Hide!

 Mmmffff…

Banging the book shut-

 “Coming, Mom!”

 

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The Conqueror,the Queen and the General

Trifextra: Week Eighty-Seven

 

Friday means Trifextra and this weekend  we have to write 33 of our own words about a famous trio. The trio could be from literature, from history or from pop culture. 

 

Here is an imaginary scene from history from two different time periods, involving a famous trio:-)

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The Conqueror, the Queen and the General

 

Julius: Let us be lovers

Cleopatra: Give me Egypt

Julius: Granted!

 

 

Antony: I love you. Let’s be…

Cleopatra: No!

Antony: But why?

Cleopatra: History says… (shrugs) I would rather we both not die.

 

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Genesis 3-Paradise (not) lost

Trifextra: Week Eighty-Six

Already Sunday!Oh my!How time flies!So,what does Trifextra have  for us this weekend?Ah!A fellow Trifectan MOV,gave them a super idea and this is what they have to say-

“This weekend, we want you to give us a 33-word time travel story.  We don’t usually tell you what to title your piece, but we’d love it if you could title it with the year/date that you choose. “

So let me see where I can travel to-coming?

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Genesis 3-Paradise (not) lost

 

Serpent: Here Eve, come eat this delicious fruit.

Eve (making a face): Yuck! I hate fruits!

Serpent (sullenly): How you fuss!

Eve (eyeing him thoughtfully): Hmm…

Soon after-

 Eve (drool): Yummy snake sushi!

 

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The Jester

 

 
 

Friday, September 13, 2013

Trifextra: Week Eighty-Five

 This weekend ,for Trifextra,Trifecta wants us to give our best example of an apostrophe,in exactly 33 words.

About.com defines apostrophe as, “A figure of speech in which some absent or nonexistent person or thing is addressed as if present and capable of understanding.”

 

Here is my entry🙂

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The Jester

 

Vanish!Vamoose!Recede  into oblivion!

I scream at you!

But do you ever listen?

High hopes!

Teaming up with memories

You dance in my dreams

O cruel Past,how you love to jest!

 

Dancing jester

 

 

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