Last week’s prompt was Different.
They didn’t have anything in common.
She would stop and smell the roses,
He would sneer and walk on by.
People pegged them as an odd couple.
She was sweet to everyone she met,
He was arrogant and always serious.
No one understood how they started dating.
She had her life together,
He jumped from job to job.
No, they didn’t have anything in common.
Yet people began to peg them as a cute couple,
As they walked down the street always holding hands.
Now onto this week’s prompt…
Write a story beginning each sentence with the next letter of the alphabet. For example:
After he opened his eyes he noticed they were in a different room. Betty was on the other side trying to find a way out, but he couldn’t see much. Candlelight lit the dark room and all he could see were shadows.
The next sentence would start with the letter “D” and so on.
Have fun with this one!
If you choose to participate, post your work in the comments. I’d love to see what you come up with.
Next Friday, before revealing the next prompt, I’ll post my version of the prompt along with anyone else who participates with a link back to their blog.