Twenty Words Tuesday – Week 23

Greetings folks! I hope that the new year is meeting your expectation. I have been unable to read your wonderful posts for the past few weeks as I felt that I needed a break & also, I was a bit busy with the book club things. If you’re into literature, you can watch the Pride & Prejudice discussion here, and in the meantime I hope to catch up with the reading.

TWT’s 22nd-Week prompt was –Piece. If you haven’t had a chance to read the wonderful 20-word stories of previous week, you can read them here.

This week’s prompt is Fall. I can’t wait to read what you come up with. Below is my 20-word story, I hope you’ll like it. Now, hop on the wagon and tell me a tale!


Her heart’s floor was covered with fallen leaves. They crunched loudly beneath his feet, announcing the start of something new.

To read more such tiny tales on this week’s prompt, scroll down to the comment section and find the links to amazing 20-word stories written by fantastic writers!

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 above 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!

Don’t worry! Even if you are late in discovering us, ping-back to this post and I would love to read your tale.

Until next time, Cheers

Start your writing journey, join my mailing list to read & write better.

2019-2021 Copyright Bulbul’s Bubble. All rights reserved.

21 thoughts on “Twenty Words Tuesday – Week 23”

    1. Welcome aboard! I’ve read the piece, and I must say that I like it very much, good thing she squeezed through at last. A great take on the prompt. Thank you for participating, it is good to have you here with us.
      PS: I was unable to comment on your actual post therefore I am commenting here.


    1. And also, fall leaves are most often used in a sad (negative) tone instead looking at them as a start of new beginnings.
      I love it when people can read in between the lines, which is not so often. Thank you! Your comment made my day, Larry.

      Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s