*Sigh* How did I get roped into this?
I started my blog quietly, hoping to slink past some people, like a ship passing through the night, gone before you know it even came, but the Darkwriter had to see me and we became friends.
Oh well! Having fun is what you do with friends. How can I resist a challenge when the gauntlet has been thrown down?
In response to the Veracity Challenge to eliminate the fluff in writing, I pose this question with my tongue in my cheek – how can I write without the flowery, fluffy content of my literal expressions? Let me give it a try.
Ever After – The bones – this should have read; The dry and bare bones 🙂
She came to visit
I saw her;
I loved her;
I married her;
Its been years;
Offspring as gifts;
Grand-kids in boots;
It’s as simple as that;
With the High’s and Low’s
Happy Ever After;
© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha
I think I have managed the shortest tale, I ever told without the flesh to the bones. I like it, but I would have loved to regale you with the meaty part of this gist. Now to the part of this challenge, where I get to pull on other people’s feet, I nominate Six bloggers below to give it a shot, however, do bear in mind that you don’t have to be nominated to give it a shot and also, there are no pressures on the nominees. I know I might be pushing some out of their comfort zone.
Do have some fun and kind regards.
1. Write a paragraph without using a single adjective.
2. Keep the link of the original Veracity Challenge in your post (so that the creator of the challenge may receive a pingback)
3. Anyone can join the challenge, you don’t have to be nominated!
4. Nominate 6 Bloggers for this challenge