Friday, July 19, 2013

You Will Never Leave Me

The stage set carefully:

The ring on the table,

One last kiss of moisture in a glass.

You never suspected the water.

Now I can't stop staring at

The dead of your eyes.





Prompt.  Thirty words plus these three:  Ring, Water, Stage
On now to this weekend's Trifextra challenge.  This weekend we are giving you three words and asking for you to give us back another thirty of your own, making a grand total of thirty-three words.

Your words to work with are:

ring
water
stage - See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/#sthash.cBExdJRL.dpuf

25 comments:

  1. OOOOH, sure you don't want to take it back?
    This was very good (and creepy on the only you can do it)

    TGIF!

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  2. Holy crap! This is creepily awesome!

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  3. That is creepy, but I enjoyed it..

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  4. I heart this. Wicked. That last line(s). Awesome.

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  5. You can sure write creepy! The demon's daughter from your last story is still in my head, and now this one :)

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  6. Nice. "Kiss of moisture" - what a great phrase!

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  7. I'm impressed... Intriguing and creepy.

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  8. been there, done that, got the papers

    great last two lines

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  9. Wow, super creepy! Nicely done.

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  10. Wow. Creepy and succinct. One way to deal with a messy relationship. Good one! :)

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  11. Yes! Wicked = Fantastically hair raising!!!

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  12. Murder! Mystery! Intrigue! Lovely.

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  13. Powerful. Loved it. Thank you for linking up! ~Mary Beth

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  14. Well done, and very relevant in the news stories I have been hearing about!

    But you give us that open-ended "what next?" thanks for pulling us in ;)

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  15. Twisted & unexpected. I like!

    http://debbiesdays.wordpress.com

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  16. Nice job with the prompt! I'd love to hear what happens next. Thanks for linking up.

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  17. Mmm, I like it. Reminds me of "Porphyria's Lover."

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