I missed Esther Newton’s Weekly Writing Challenge last week, because I couldn’t access the internet. This was disappointing, as it was for a story of up to fifteen words and each word had to start with the same letter.
I enjoyed this game a bit too much! Once I started I couldn’t stop. This is what I came up with:
Silent she sits, staring sleepily, seemingly serene, slowly slipping, sliding southwards; seepiing shocking scarlet splashes.
Gargantuan George gorged greedily;
Grub guzzled, grabbed guts.
Grasping girlfriend giggled.
“What wonders we will weave with weaponed waifs!”
“Why wish war? Wanton wastage!”
Excited, Eric entertains.
Eva endures endless ennui. Ennerved, eventually escapes entrenchment; exits eastwards.
Lonesome little Lucy lugs luggage, leaves London.
Leudly, Lawrence lisps lilting lullabies.
Lucy listens, lost.
© Jane Paterson Basil