Writing Prompt

Twenty-Words Tuesday- Week 5

Hi friends! It has, already, been a month since I started this Twenty Words Tuesday with you all and it is one of the best decisions which I made with my blogging journey. Thank you for making it a wonderful experience.

Last week’s prompt was – Oblique. If you haven’t had a chance to read the wonderful 20-word stories of previous week, I am listing down the links to those amazing takes, don’t forget to show them some love.

Cheers to all those who could join us in this week.

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This week’s prompt – Hiding. Below is my take on the prompt in 20-words, I hope you’ll like it. Now, hop on the wagon and show me your skills.

This Week’s Prompt:

Hiding

He peeked, rarely, from beneath his rock and every time he did, he found reasons in rain-drops to hide back.


Come, join in! All you need to do is:

  • Write an exactly 20-word story (excluding the title) using the prompt (the prompt word may/may not be present in the story).
  • Ping-back your story to this post, so that everyone (including myself) can read your version.
  • Use the banner given below and the tag- TWT on your post, to help locate the story in WP reader.
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Twenty-Words Tuesday

Remember to write before the next prompt which drops in next Tuesday! Your precious thoughts are always more than welcome.

Until next time, Cheers 


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