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Writing Prompts for Writing with Imagery. You could also use cards from the game Taboo and have the students describe the word/concept without using any of the "Taboo" words.

  • Torrey Gregerson

    Their was a fair with living things on the ground

  • Brianna Messick

    It's a market area

  • Ashley Hall

    The pathway had vendors on each side. Each with their own small pavilion. And in that pavilion, each one had different tiny treasures they were trying to sell to good homes.

  • Gayle Wofford

    The villagers arranged their shops one beside the other on either side - east and west - creating an isle in the middle so that shoppers could browse and ponder their purchases. Would it be a purchase of necessity or a purchase of blatant want?

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Now I'm severely creeped out. I would have to destroy the phone and move far away to ever feel better if this happened.

  • Lynda

    This isn't real -- it's from a writing challenge: Two sentence horror stories.

  • B. Hopewell

    Of course it's not real, and it said that about two sentence horror stories. Doesn't make it any less creepy.

  • April Cyr

    Not real, not creepy

Ma says, "Pa, run out an' tell 'em Tommy's home. Grampa's a favorite of him" (Steinbeck 76). Grampa was a crazy guy before the ride to California. He was old, but he had a personality. When he dies, Granma starts to die with him.

imgur- 10 TERRIFYING TWO-SENTENCE HORROR STORIES click on the picture for the rest on the page!

  • Hurricane Wendy

    Well now there are two types of people in this world: people who see this as a horror story or a story about best of friends that meet in the mirror

  • Hurricane Wendy

    Hmmmm…meet in the mirror… the perfect name

  • Natalie Lindquist

    The phantom of the opera anyone?

I think it's time to start writing in a journal again...this is cool to help you get started....Journal prompts by the day. Not all of them, though...