Your Challenge: Write a Dream
Not the kind to which you aspire, but the kind that make you perspire, or the kind that puts a smile on your face all day, or the kind that makes you raised your eyebrows and ask your subconscious, "Where do you get this stuff?"
I don't mean literally write about a character dreaming. You may, but what I'm asking you to do is to take one of your dreams--you sleep every night, so you're bound to have on soon or late--and use it in your story, or base your story entirely upon it.
Your prompt for this challenge is:
"His (or her) eyes closed . . ."
Ameliorate Your Privy Lexis:
evince v. 1 : to constitute outward evidence of
2 : to display clearly; reveal
glib adj. 1 : a marked by ease and informality; nonchalant
b showing little forethought or preparation; offhand
c lacking depth and substance; superficial
2 : marked by ease and fluency in speaking or writing often to the point of being insincere or deceitful
non sequitur n. 1 : an inference that does not follow from the premises
2 : a statement that does not follow logically from or is not clearly related to anything previously said
2 : a show of skillful or deceitful clevernessChallenge due:
legerdemain n. 1 : sleight of hand
September 10th (4 weeks). Next challenge will be posted in two weeks.
Edited by Velox, Aug 13 2012 - 11:49 PM.