About the challenge: Each Tuesday I will provide a prompt photo, and your mission is to tell a story based on that prompt in 140 characters or less.
If you accept the challenge, be sure to let me know in the comments with a link to your tale. A final note: if you need help tracking the number of characters in your story, there is a nifty online tool that will count for you at charactercountonline.com.
I will do a roundup each Tuesday, along with providing us a new prompt. Have Fun!
Here is the roundup of last week’s creative twittering tales based on the photo below. If I missed your story, please let me know so I can add it to the line up.From Michael at Morpethroad a sassy sheep tale:
You lookin’ at me?
you ain’t pulling no wool over my eyes
This is the face of a thousand fleeces.
You better believe it.
So read my lips.
From Di at Pensitivity101 a true tale:
Hello? Where’s my dinner.
You’re not my usual driver.
Come to think of it, maybe this isn’t the right van.
From Nicola Auckland at Sometimes Stellar Storyteller – New here, with two tales to tell!
“What is it?”
“I don’t know”
“Can we eat it?”
“It’s blue. No food is blue. Don’t touch it….Bob?”
“Stay very still. It might not see us.”
“It’s looking at me.”
“Is the beast from Blefuscu?”
“I know not, pass me an egg and we shall test it.”
From Lorraine’s Frilly Freudian Slip a cautionary guess what’s for dinner tale:
Dolly is invited to the McGregor’s for supper. Unfortunately, she doesn’t know what the recipe for haggis contains.
From Joy at Poetry Joy who had two tales to tell:
Thick swirled tight curls
encase this woolly jumper,
this white night-leaper through
my head, as I finally seek a
decent sleep within this bed
Feeling sheepish?” she smirked.
“Just a bit”, he huffed and puffed beneath weighty flank of sheep, ‘I didn’t expect her to sit on my chest!”
From Pat at Black Cat Alley, “asheep” on the job:
Little Bo Peep.
What kind of shepherdess are you? Asleep on the job.
Damn it to fleece that Ba-dooray doesn’t work on humans.
From Kathryn at Another Foodie Blogger and other-worldly tale:
The aliens were very small beings and chose a most unfortunate landing area. Imagine their surprise when they opened the space capsule top!
Peter from Peter’s Ponderings joined us for the first time this week with a tale about a nightmarish flight:
The gas is fast escaping and it smells awful!
I really think we’ve been fleeced.
Why the hell did I agree to this airsheep flight anyway?
Irena from Books and Hot Tea wrote about a “rude awakening”:
Hazy-eyed, he awoke to see a sheep looking down on him. He never truly looked into its eyes before. He saw wisdom now. Emotion. Rebellion.
And finally, I started the round off with two tales. I really love this photo!
I woke up in a field, the sun blocked by two beady eyes, hot green breath on my face. The last thing I remember? An eerie light in my room.
So consumed in passion were they, that they didn’t notice the herd of sheep who seemed very interested in the mating ritual of humans.
Here is your new prompt photo. Tell me what you see and I will see you next Tuesday at the Round-up! Have a great week! 🙂
Twittering Tales #15 – 31 January 2017Home
It had been years. Everything had changed, new buildings and faces. But one thing remained. Home was there, smaller than he remembered.
~kat – 31 January 2017