This ongoing creative release was started quite a while ago. The Words for Wednesday prompts are provided by a number of people and has become a movable feast.Essentially the aim is to encourage you to write. Each week a selection of prompts are provided: which can be words, phrases, music or an image. You are encouraged to use any form of artistic expression (stories, poems, music, pictures) to express how those prompts move you. The prompts will be on the Elephant's Child blog this month but are provided by Margaret Adamson, and her friend Sue Fulton."Charlie, you need a haircut."
"Hmmm. So you speculate!"
"Oh, so you like having hair dangling in your eyes and in your oyster dinners?"
"Oysters?!?! I thought I was eating mollusks!"
"Ugh. I'd rather chew on a horsehair crinoline than eat those!"
"So I guess this isn't a good time to talk about the couches?"
"What? What about them?"
"Perhaps it isn't a good time. Who is your favorite basketball team for March Madness?"
"Charlie, it's October."
"Really? That's odd."
"What's odd is you asking about basketball."
"Oh. Well, do you have a thimble I can borrow?"
"What do you need a thimble for? You don't have thumbs. You're a dog."
"I need them to mend my knickers I wear when juggling chainsaws."
"What?!?!? Wait a minute. What are you talking about?"
"Oh, I didn't tell you? I do freelance extreme danger acts while parachuting."
"Cindi? Wake up. You're talking in your sleep again."