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Clock Story – The Miracle Challenge

The clock strikes at 12 AM, Eudora though she should really come down out of the tree. She hadn’t meant to stay up there this long, too hard to see in the dark of midnight. She wished she had worn sneakers instead of her Ivanka Trump Hettie sandals. The heel on those things, the fringed tassels; they were not meant for climbing trees, navigating treacherous limbs, straddling those twinkling strands of tree lights. A tree hugger, Eudora’s own personal madness reigning supreme, attempting to outrun that striking clock.


This is a writing prompt from the Miracle Girl Blog:

I would like to invite all of you to head on over to the blog and pick up a writing prompt for a brief story or poem to share in the fun.  Be sure and leave your link in the comments section if you do, so that I can read yours also.  Hope everyone is having a wonderful,  rockin’ productive week!




27 thoughts on “Clock Story – The Miracle Challenge

  1. Hey! Welcome to Week -3😃
    I missed you last week 😔

    Am glad this week’s prompt inspired you😊
    Ah ! This is perfect five sentences. I adore your short tale. Thank you for giving us an intriguing and terrific story to read using the image prompt.

    And, it seems your video is not available or in my country.

  2. Reblogged this on miraclegirlblog and commented:
    Hello Everyone !

    Check out the latest post for #MiracleChallenge.

    A 5 sentence short story using prompt image ‘Clock Story’ for Challenge No. 1 from L.T.Garvin, Author for ‘Weekly Writing Miracle Challenge’ Week – 3.

    For those who are new to #MiracleChallenge, every Tuesday morning, I post new Writing prompts for 5 challenges to write a story and poem. Follow my blog and get the latest writing prompts for the week.

    Kindly, everyone read and inspire each other to write.

    Happy Blogging !

    Enjoy and have fun:)



  3. Pingback: “MiracleChallenge Week – 4” dated 5th July, 2016 – miraclegirlblog

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