I give you:
Death became her. Resurrection angered her.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel stepped from the –
Birth. Death. Sold sandwiches in between.
Red-hooded girl defeats transvestite wolf.
I. Angry Achilles avenges Patroclus, killing Hector.
II. Odysseus has adventures getting home (uncuckolded).
a. Hamlet dithers after uncle murders Dad.
b. Never never trust your daughters (sometimes).
c. Magician trains monster. Avenges family. Retires.
d. Witches correctly predict Scottish royal bloodbath.
“Policeman” revelation spoils long-running play.
Plane crash. Mysterious island. Interminably unexplained.
POISONED KEYBOARD KILLS HEADLINE WRITER SHOCKE…
So, c’mon people, let’s have yours.
67 thoughts on “Too many words for a story”
,” said Seamus of his canine relationship.
He’s out of the office today so he’s being spared.
need heptasyllables and
“Out of office” message covers fury.
Poets embrace constraining,
Brevity proven not soul of wit.
“Let that go,” dullard thankfully concluded.
Lady weaves, sighs,
sees Lancelot, dies.
Blimey: it tells a story, in only six words, and rhymes! Whatever next?
Some confusion between syllables and words crept in there, alas. Just the Return of the King one, then, I think:
Saruman; ending (alas!)
I’m going back to the first two.
I provide foil to detective, again.
(Henry hasn’t got a LiveJournal, still.)
Here’s the last 3 books I’ve read:
Man becomes monster, intermittently at first
Diamond stolen from god, eventually returned
Fortune lost? Become teacher then marry.
Greek: “Hamartia; peripeteia; anagnorisis; catharsis (audience escapes).”
And then the duck bit me.
Dog dies. Dad done did it.
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