Sunday, April 4, 2010

Microfiction Monday # 25

hosts a weekly writing prompt written in 140 characters or less.



This is the photo prompt:

The tiny Easter card was in the children's book hidden behind attic boards. Across the back were the words,
Don't tell.
I never did.

20 comments:

  1. I love it! Don't we have fun with this? It's always such fun to see everyone's different take on the same picture! Hope you had a lovely Easter and that you have a great week, Suz! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  2. So adorable! A lot said in a few words.

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  3. Wow! Very evocative--and a great mystery. I'll remeber this one for a long time.

    Thanks for commenting on mine and have a great week!

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  4. Yours is the perfect Microfic; it warms my cockles! (Whoa! I'd better steer my Easter basket clear from it or my new collection of chocolate bunnies will melt!)

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  5. oh, a mystery! you managed to pack a punch in these few words!

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  6. Oh to be able to keep a secret...um, what KIND of secret? :)

    This one was fun.

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  7. I love LOVE secrets, don't you!
    Wonderful Sue!
    I love your MM!

    Happy MM! Mine is here hugs, shakira

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  8. Check my blog for a picture of the song board at my Church.

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  9. Ooh, ooh! A Mystery! Don't tell WHAT???

    I love this! Well done!

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  10. you can tell a story in 24 words...and make me want to read more.......amazing!!!!

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  11. Janean...really? 140 characters is such good discipline...cut cut cut uneccessary words....that's what I love about poetry too..such compressed language...thanks...
    see my smile?

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  12. hmmm. mysterious... I wonder what it was! And who kept it there? sounds like a prelude to a really good mystery story.

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  13. Mums the word :) Well done and great take on the photo :) Have a great week ahead :)

    Mine is up HERE

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  14. Our Secrets, it is nice to be able to find a friend that will keep them.

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  15. Makes me want to know more. :)

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  16. Excellent! I love a tiny story that's also a hint of a much bigger story behind it. Secrets like that is what attics seem made for.

    I'm sorry to be so late - still catching up after a string of power outages in our village. Big rural pain!

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