The task here is as simple as it is delicate, as difficult as it is complicated — go into the comments and write one sentence. No more. Just one entry. This sentence should be no more than fifteen words long. It will not be two sentences, but rather, just one. It needn’t be an opening line or a closing line. It need only be a sentence in a story that has not yet been written.
Then, next week, we will use these sentences to create a new story.
Length: one sentence, up to fifteen words, entered into the comment section below.
Due by: 8/19, noon EST.
Imagine your sentence.
Choose it wisely.
Write it down for all to see.
317 responses to “Flash Fiction Challenge: Write One Sentence”
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