Inventive Writing Prompt Round-up #5

Here's the latest collection of writing prompts from my Tumblr blog:

#32  She fell down on her knees and prayed.  "Oh God, please…."

#33  You have all the courage you need to do what you want.  Now that you know this, what will you do today?

#34  A person you love is dying.  From his deathbed, he beckons you to come closer.  ”I know where the treasure lies,” he says.  ”To get it, all you have to do is…”

#35  She flew through the air, reveling in the sense of freedom, but when she landed …

#36  "The horror! The horror!  Avert your eyes!"

But he couldn’t, the scene was just too compelling. 

Write what he saw and what happened.

#37  I attended the funeral of a dear friend yesterday.  Flash back eighteen months ago, to the day of her diagnosis.  You (or your main character) has just been given a year to life.  What do you do?  No, I mean really.  How do you live your last wild and beautiful days on this amazing planet?

#38  It rained.  Oh, how it rained.  And the rain was such a blessing that….

 I know you're going to write something wonderful and fascinating from one of these prompts.  Please come back and share when you do. 

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J.D.
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J.D.
08/30/2014 17:53

There has to be a prompt here that I can use to start a chapter of my WIP. I can’t use #36; that sounds like my school play. And 34 I used on my wife; out she went while I raided the pecan pie in the fridge. That still leaves several I can get serious about.

J.D.
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J.D.
08/31/2014 16:33

Well, I called her close and said “I know where the treasure is . . . ” She’s a sucker for mysteries.

Charlotte Dixon
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08/31/2014 21:36

And its a good thing, too, seeing as how you write them.  🙂

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