Crimson’s Creative Challenge #190


Here’s how it works:

Every Wednesday I post a photo (this week it’s that one above.)
You respond with something CREATIVE

Here are some suggestions:

  • An answering photo
  • A cartoon
  • A joke
  • A caption
  • An anecdote
  • A short story (flash fiction)
  • A poem
  • A newly minted proverb, adage or saying
  • An essay
  • A song—the lyrics or the performance

You have plenty of scope and only two criteria:

  • Your creative offering is indeed yours
  • Your writing is kept to 150 words or less

If you post a link in the comments section of this post I’ll be able to find it
If you include Crimson’s Creative Challenge as a heading, WP Search will find it (theory)
by ‘Searching’ in the WP Reader (fingers crossed)

Here’s wishing you inspirational explosions. And FUN

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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13 Responses to Crimson’s Creative Challenge #190

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  2. Brian Bixby says:

    There once was a village just beyond this point.

    A time machine malfunction in 2274 scooped up Edward VIII from early 1936 and returned him . . . along with 371 copies. No one could tell them apart, so they shared in the duties and amusements of the king. One reason the Abdication Crisis took so long to resolve was that it was impossible to get all the copies to agree on anything. Ultimately Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin ordered one to publicly abdicate, while the others were confined to a nameless village created to keep them out of the public eye.

    What happened to them is unknown. There is no record of them after 1940. Was the village bombed by the Germans? Were the supernumerary Edward VIIIs taken back by the time machine operators? Or did the British Government decide to terminate an embarrassment?

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    • Thank you, Brian. Creative? Yep! Definitely. And I’d say on evidence of past events, the British Government kept the excess kings hidden. You know, cos they’re very good at coverups 😊​😊​😊​

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