No wrong answers

100 word stories. Post all you like, maybe we'll dip in and use yours?
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flashj
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No wrong answers

Post by flashj » Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:10 am

  • Black sheep in the fog, always getting closer.
    Wet plastic against glass...no, ice. Wet ice with bubbles beneath.
    Hills denuded of trees, of life.
    More black sheep, these with accusing eyes.
    A shadow in an office window, abandoned and alone.
How many more do you need?

Ok...
  • My fathers smirk, also in shadow.
    Grandma's porcelain doll. It's broken but I didn't do it!
    The underside of clouds before a cleansing rain.
    Hell I dunno...a pile of hot wings? Bone in. Lots and lots of sauce!
Why am I seeing so many sheep?
Stupid Rorschach test! So what did I win?
How many times do I have to shout "ARCH!" before it appears?

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Re: No wrong answers

Post by ZimmermansWay » Sun Mar 31, 2019 2:02 am

Great visuals, a stream-consciousness I'd love to take a raft down
...Zimmerman...

"We're all lying in the gutter. Some of us are just looking up at the stars."
-Oscar Wilde

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Re: No wrong answers

Post by MementoHero » Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:19 pm

I agree with Zimmerman. Also I laughed. Not sure if you were aiming for that but it came off as funny in that disconnected Drabblecasty way.

Though at the end I felt maybe our protagonist should have a Voight-Kampff test as well. Maybe it just reminded me of Blade Runner... but in any case well done I loved it.
"We were all here. We are all totally and fully alive." - Alasdair Stuart

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Re: No wrong answers

Post by D00MSDAY » Sun Apr 28, 2019 4:52 pm

Wow. This gives me an ominous, skin-crawly feeling. Fantastic imagery. I will never look at sheep the same way again.

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