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Micro-fiction – 15 words limit!

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ADRIAN WHITE

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Inspired by some of the great (and not so great) micro-fiction on twitter, this week’s Wordspark requires you to create a mini masterpiece using no more than fifteen words.

Your micro fiction can be poetry or prose, but it must convey a complete story. As writing super short fiction can be daunting, I’ve added a photo below to help inspire you.

However, if you have something completely original and not at all related to the photo, that’s fine too. It’s your work, your rules.

Happy writing!

umbrella writing prompt

 

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