Trifextra: #60: WORD HEIST

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The Scriptorium had been an easy mark.  At the subway, the sack broke, sending words cascading down the stairs to the platform.  People helped. A tiny girl brought three over, in cupped hands… Remember,  Rain, Rebellion.

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My Triextra entry this week… 33 words + 3 more… Rain, Rebellion and Remember.

22 responses

  1. lol – great, fun take on th prompt

  2. How extremely imaginative you have been with this take Ted – this is wonderful…letters spilling…. being handed back to be placed in the challenge.

  3. Love your creative take on the prompt! Great imagery!

  4. thanks for the smile

  5. Oh my goodness, how beautifully whimsical!

  6. Okay…this is way too cool. I found myself picturing the whole scene as obscure as it would be. And the child picking up the words. Perfect.

  7. Cobbie's World | Reply

    A sack of words is a priceless image, Ted! I love it, absolutely! But, what I really want to know is if the little girl took those three words and used them to create a Trifextra submission of her own? Hmmmm! 🙂

  8. I like what you did with the three words. Nice scene.

  9. Great idea and fun story. I think you found the formula to kill any prompt.

  10. This is a very cool use of the words.

  11. I like the idea of words tumbling down stairs. Nice.

  12. kymminbarcelona | Reply

    Very clever. I love words escaping from a sack and being retrieved. Yea!

  13. Amazing imagery. Loved the way you conjured up this image in such simple words.

  14. Great take! I love the idea that the thief was stealing words. Nicely done sir!

  15. I love it. Absolutely fantastic, Ted!! 😀

  16. This is my absolute favourite on this challenge, till now Ted:-)Loved the imagery,beautiful!

  17. Love your 3 Rs Ted. 🙂

  18. What Christine said!

  19. Haha! Good job on the prompt. Love it!

  20. Great job on the prompt. Love it.

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