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Weekend Writing Prompt #155 – Tune

A word prompt to get your creativity flowing this weekend. How you use the prompt is up to you. Write a piece of flash fiction, a poem, a chapter for your novel…anything you like. Or take the challenge below – there are no prizes – it’s not a competition but rather a fun writing exercise. If you want to share what you come up with, please leave a link to it in the comments. Sammi, you wild thing, you. TEN WORDS??

There’s nothing better

Than finding someone

In tune with you

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  2. Q,

    A couple of Mr Speakers! Or maybe it’s Mr and Mrs Speaker, I should say.

    Ten words is impossible. Impossible I say. I would never attempt it, as evidenced by this comment in reply to your beautiful ten word piece. Which has run WAY longer than ten words and even if I were to re-purpose it into less, would still run several laps over ten.

    So once again, BRAVA!


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    • Thank you, Drew! How the hell did a May post end up in your sights? Too funny. But glad you liked.
      I’ve nothing to complain about besides sore feet from working 13-hour days.

      More importantly, how are YOU? Waiting for a third opinion… sheesh… hope the clear path to choose is found and that you are good with it. Sending good vibes your way. xoxo

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      • Not sure how I stumbled on this post. lol
        13 hour work days. Geez. All work no play…..
        Please take care of the tootsies.

        I am good. Taking care of myself, Looks like I am headed for a double bypass. Not official yet. So we shall see. Other than that happy.

        Appreciate the good vibes. Great to connect with you again. xoxo

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        • Thankfully, I only work three days per week – and do a full week’s worth during! What do they say? Be careful what you wish for? 🙂

          I am happy to hear that. Nowadays a double bypass is almost a standard procedure – one that would have saved my husband, I’ve no doubt. A friend of mine had a triple bypass done at the tender age of 43 (I think) just before Mick’s death. At his funeral, Michel and his wife both told me they kept thinking they could be us… her the widow, he in the box (so to speak). So, I am thinking you are going to be put back together so you can continue living your life with proper gusto (and share with us your beautiful writings for years and years).

          Same here! xoxo

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