Sunday, March 6

Writing Prompt: The Free Write: The Red Dress

By Janice Hardy, @Janice_Hardy

This week’s prompt is a free write, so take the seed below and run with it. It doesn’t have to turn into anything, just let the words flow and see where they go.

Continue this opening sentence:

He remembered the red dress, but not the woman wearing it.


Write as much or as little as you’d like.

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  2. He remembered the red dress, but not the woman wearing it. The care, the support, he remembered that. His companion, advisor, co-leader of a great country - of our country. A shining city upon a hill.

    And with her there as she has always been, in her red dress, he remembers now.

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  3. Mine turned into a scene from a backburnered WiP project with a friend of mine. >_>

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  4. He remembered the red dress, but not the woman wearing it.
    He remembered the address, but not the woman.
    He read the address, and remembered the woman.
    He addressed the woman, and she blushed red.
    He remembered the woman, but misread the dress.
    He remembered that the woman wanted redress.
    He remembered the red dress, but couldn’t read the address.
    He remembered the woman, but not wearing the red dress.
    He dressed the woman, but not in red.
    He remembered reading the address, but not the woman.
    He remembered seeing the woman in red, but not where.
    He remembered where the woman read the address.

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