May 29, 2018: Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge

Writing Prompt Tuesday

Christine is known for her writing prompt challenges on her blog Brave and Reckless.  She is now hosting a Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge at the Go Dog Go Cafe.  The prompts are designed to be quick challenges that can be written in 10 to 15 minutes,  inspire you creatively, are fun, and get everyone interacting.  Please post your response to the prompt in the comments below and show your fellow posters some love and support.  All members of the Go Dog Go community, including Baristas, are welcome to participate.  Feel free to share this post on your own blogs and/or Facebook.

Christine is always looking for cool, quick writing prompts.  If you have a great idea for a future Tuesday prompt challenge, send it to her at christine.e.ray@gmail.com

Today’s prompt is a flash fiction that starts with: “The color of her blood was the least of my worries…” 

You can leave your responses in the comments below and/or link to a piece from your blog.

Happy writing! 

36 thoughts on “May 29, 2018: Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge

  1. the color of her blood was the least of my worries….
    i wanted to know what made her wanna breathe
    the origins of her stories
    what kind of thoughts she entertained underneath

    without the desire to take in the little particles of ohhh times two
    she would always look blue
    i just wish she knew that these thoughts where not new
    im not she sure would believe my words as true

    her sadness ran so deep her lips turned purple
    and her mind in circles

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  2. very rough draft…too quick….lol it was fun. It’s how I feel now lol. She is me. I used that prompt to compare wanting to be happy with our natural need to breathe.

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  3. The color of her blood was the least of my worries ..I was more concerned with how it was seeping into the leather of my new shoes. I’d saved for ages to buy these brogues and if I turned up to the job interview with less than perfect footwear it might work against me.

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  5. The color of her blood was the least of my worries…
    It was more the fact the rest of her was colorless. Every love of her life drained her. David took the blue from her eyes. Sean grabbed her green and let it flourish in someone else. Randall stole the blushing red from her tender heart, never even caring what he took without permission. Her golden glow of happiness washed away in the sea of I am unloveable. What I saw left was a ghostly, transparent shell of a woman I wanted to color back to life.

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  6. The color of her blood was the least of my worries,
    The color our blood made, a delta of throbbing flow
    Two rivers carving up the earth relentless in pursuit
    Of an ocean in need of salt. The rush of this pair
    This need, worried me. Why can the single stream
    Not carve land with adequate expression of faith?
    When he drifted up to view the landscape written
    In his tumble down to the sea, he saw half letters
    Made complete in the delta of their blood a quill
    That wrote new tales of life in fallow fields.

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