The first time I saw the tree, with
slants of red that glanced through bare arms that scraped the sky, I
feared no new words could draw it. I was wrong: There will e'er be
words to say.
On now to this week's Trifextra challenge. This week we are asking you to count syllables. And words. It's a lot of math for those of us who might be more accustomed to dealing with words, but we're confident you can pull it off.
We are asking for a 33-word response to the following snippet:
The first time I saw. . .
Here's the catch: all of your 33 words must be one syllable each. We're going low-brow on your this week. Or not. Can you class it up under these restrictions? Give us your best.
To clarify, we are giving you 5 words. We want another 33 from you, for a grand total of 38.
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Labels: Trifecta Writing Challenge