I’ve really liked coming up with writing prompts for the last few months, so you won’t see me stopping any time soon, but I have decided to change things up this month and see how it goes. This month, I will also write something in response to the prompt, so the posts will consist of a prompt and my response. I would like to invite you to join me if you are so inclined. You can add your response in the comments or on your own blog, but don’t forget to share the link in the comments.
Ode to Shakespeare
Shakespeare is a man known for many words, many of which he invented himself. Today’s prompt is to use the words listed here to generate a story. You can limit yourself to just these words and try to use them in some microfiction, or incorporate the words in a longer story.
This prompt lead to several very short short stories:
The fashionable gossip undressed to countless arousals. (7 words)
A noiseless outbreak hinted at generous moonbeam. (7 words)
A jaded marketable mountaineer negotiated for a monumental eyeball. (9 words)
“Label your luggage,” mimicked the green-eyed buzzer. (7 words)
“Amazement at cold-blooded lackluster.”
“Everyone’s a critic.” (11 words)
Please share your responses in the comments.