Today’s prompt:

You’re trapped in a tornado–with as few words as possible, describe what it’s like.

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Posted on April 22, 2016, in NaPoWriMo. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Here’s my shortest one!

    Dizzy-swirling, everywhere
    But what is that, in my hair?

  2. – NPWM Prompt

    I solemnly swear that I am upto no good,
    When I pick a flower from its roots of food.
    The Earth provides many things in its wake,
    Most humans take the advantage and cook up something to bake.
    A dash of apple there, and sprinkle of sugar here,
    Don’t you know you took from the Earth, my dear?
    A gulp of water, and a chunk of meat,
    We thank our mother for food, but really the Earth provides what we eat.
    I humbly thank the Earth, for providing all I see stood;
    and I apologize for being upto no good.

  3. Alicia-Juliet


    Inside eye, no wind, no sound,
    darkness, fear is found.

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