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Friday, April 15, 2011

HAWMC Prompt 15: Two Sentence Story

I'm participating in WEGO Health's Health Activist Writer's Month Challenge (HAWMC) in April.

Today's challenge is to write a story with a beginning, middle, and end in only two sentences. The purpose of this prompt is to work on being more concise and purposeful with our narratives.
After years of unending pain, failed treatments, lost relationships, and mounting frustration; she feels overpowered by the invisible illness that has slowly taken over her life and strangled her dreams. But, amidst all the uncertainty, she continues to face each day with as much faith and confidence as she can, because she has a loving man by her side that encourages her to remain hopeful and continue striving for new dreams.

3 comments:

  1. Fantastic job! You have summed up a lot in two sentences. Now I have to see if I can do the same; I do tend to run-on (like my sentences!)

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