Slightly fewer entries this week, but no diminished quality, which is what really matters. We’ve had some great stories to read through again, and picking the winners has been as difficult as ever, so I guess I may as well dive straight in with my take on the best responses to last week’s PURGATORY prompt.
Everyone knew her beautiful sister’s name (KM Myrman)
He tried again. She died, again. (AnonymouStalker)
His soul defied purgatory’s infernal absolution. (Live Home And Away)
And the winner, because it made me laugh in a sea of dark responses:
Please hold, your call is important. (Dr Meg Sorick)
And with that, the contest moves onto this week’s round, and the theme I have picked out of my plastic bag filled with notecards is PREJUDICE. You can find my entry below. When you enter don’t forget to both link to this page and add them to the blue frog, at the bottom of this post, that way it’s certain I’ll read them, which I can’t guarantee if they’re not properly linked unfortunately. Looking forward to reading more entries, and in the meantime, have a great week.
Seeking safety, they found only fear.