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Hi pals! It is week-7 of Twenty Words Tuesday and things are getting pretty hot over here! Last week’s prompt was – Kaleidoscope which was received wonderfully. 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.
- Kaleidoscope friend – LiaThePoet
- TWT #1- Kaleidoscope | Let’s read our words
- Kaleidoscope ⁂ Twenty Word Tuesday | the kintsukuroi life
- Cascade – CᖇazY Neᖇɗs
- tiny tale #86: The hardest choice… – My Random Ramblings
- Twenty Words Story – Cryptic’s World
- PMSing is Real – Lets Talk about It! – Curating Thoughts
- Twenty Words Tuesday #1 – The passionate learner
- TWT #5 – Cozy Quiet Corner
- #105. TWENTY WORD TUESDAY CHALLENGE- KALEIDOSCOPE – My Musings
- Kaleidoscope – Snowdrop
- Colors… | radhikasreflection
- After the Lights Were Turned Off
- Kaleidoscope- Twenty Word Tuesday – Peter Wyn Mosey
- Thoughts – Live Love Laugh Learn
Cheers to all those who could join us in this week. (Please, let me know if I miss someone.)
This week’s prompt – Butterfly Effect. 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:
The devil fluttered his tiny wings, sea renounced her aged boundaries and souls died from drought in the cold desert.
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.
Remember to write before the next prompt which drops in next Tuesday! Your precious thoughts are always more than welcome.
Until next time, Cheers