Sunday Strange microfiction challenge

This is a painting that’s odd if you don’t know anything about it, so I’m not going to give anything away. I like it for itself, and I’m sure it will suggest some dream-like writing.

Night_by_Edward_Burne-Jones_(1870)

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

37 thoughts on “Sunday Strange microfiction challenge”

    1. No, because you’ll look it up and find out the title of the painting. Best to write with no preconceived ideas. I’ll give the details next week with the new prompt.

  1. Hmm. Something’s bubbling up…This is my first time considering one of your challenges – are there any other constraints? Word count? Does “micro-fiction” have a generally accepted definition?

    1. It’s a very free and easy challenge. No rules, just write what you want. Generally microfiction is less than 500 words, but there’s no hard and fast limit. Let it bubble 🙂

    1. Thanks Michael 🙂 I fished a comment of yours out of spam yesterday but I don’t know where it went. I think you must have to reply to it before clicking on the ‘not spam’ button because it disappears and I can never remember which post it was attached to. Sorry about that.

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