A couple of weeks ago Vivian Kirkfield, children’s author, mentioned her writing challenge would be starting again soon. She set it up last year for the first time and the response was so positive, and fun, she’s doing it again. If you want to enter, you have from March 2-6 to visit her website and post a link to your story on your blog or website, or if you have neither of those you can post your story on her site. GO HERE to read all about it and take part in her 50 Precious Words writing challenge.
I’m posting her guidelines here, underneath which you will find my entry. (If you are going to enter Vivian’s writing challenge, do not post your entry here, post it either on your own site or hers.)
#50 PRECIOUS WORDS WRITING CHALLENGE GUIDELINES (as found on Vivian Kirkfield’s site)
1. Write a story appropriate for kids ages 12 or under, using only 50 words…they can all be different words, or you can use some of them over and over…just as long as the total word count of the story is 50 or less.
2. It can be prose, rhyme, free verse, silly or serious…whatever works for you.
3. Title is not included in the word count.
Okay, you can count the words in my entry – exactly 50 unique words, not including the title:
Curious eyes spy bands of colour
carried on summer breeze,
sparkling in sunshine,
floating down to magically disappear.
Furry little face pokes through grasses;
children are playing.
Swirly rainbow globe bobs nearby.
Twitchy wet nose sniffs close,
touching the pretty thing.
Tiny soapy shower.
© Lynn A. Davidson
Let me know what you think and if you are taking the challenge, too.
Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings! 🙂