"Sometimes adventure calls and we ignore it. We miss the opportunity for a lifetime of memories. Go ahead, be adventurous" ~Maria Villanueva

January 09, 2011

Microfiction Monday Mothman

Susan at Stony River challenges bloggers every Monday with a linky party called,  Microfiction Monday.
She posts a picture and in 140 characters or less, you are to write a short story or short poem based on the picture. I have a story and a poem, hope you like them.



~ In the year when man is no longer alive,
Women must survive by making a modern man
sadly for Lea, her man was a cheap
model made from scraps!
(140 characters)


~Young forbidden love
different worlds kept them apart
no one believed he had a heart
his weeping rusted his soul and his parts   
(127 characters)

If you'd like to give this linky a try, visit Susan at Stony River It would be fun to see what you come up with. 









24 comments:

  1. I like them both, but I think the first one is my favourite...great job!
    Have a wonderful week ahead. Cheers!

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  2. "Rusted his soul and his parts" - very good! But I also liked the "cheap scraps" line. Well done.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  3. These are great, Maria. I love the voice.

    Have a great week.

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  4. I enjoyed both of these, the first because it made me grin and the second because I found it romantic. Good job, Maria!

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  5. Maria, I like! Especially the making of a modern man when there are now real ones left.
    That sounds like a 'no-funner' world! :)
    ..

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  6. Maria;

    I'm glad that I don't have to choose which one I liked the best because I can't.
    Both are sooo good!

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  7. Nice poems. I especially like the idea of interplanetary Romeo and Juliet.

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  8. Beautiful!!!
    Kisses and big regards.

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  9. I hope the year without men doesn't arrive..... I'd have to unscrew my own jars!

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  10. Oh you clever thing! These are both wonderful takes on the prompt! Way to rock it.

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  11. I loved the second one especially LOL! :O)

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  12. Tragic! Very nice poem. You have a talent.

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  13. Fun Look at Susan's photo, She will like these.

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  14. Seems the first is the most popular. Well done.

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  15. Really terrific takes of the pic of the day, Maria! I love them both and like Peggy, I'm glad I don't have to make a choice!! Hope you have a great week ahead!

    Sylvia

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  16. I have so much fun reading these!
    I think I've met some men with rusted parts...

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  17. Both so clever! Great job :O)

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  18. You did a poem, and it's a deep one too! Nicely done Maria!

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  19. Olá lhe felicito pelo vosso blog.
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    Aguardo a sua visita.
    Abraços
    Até mais
    Magno Oliveira
    Folhetim Cultural

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  20. Very lively and very original. Like them both!

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  21. Rusted parts? Where is Dorothy with her oil can when you need her?

    Both are nicely done.

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  22. Fun! :> The first has me wondering why she made her modern man with wings...multipurposed?! :> And the second, love the line, "weeping rusted soul"...wonderful!

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  23. My addendum to the first one: Plus, he had scary fingers and ginormous wings.

    The second one is lovely and poignant--reminds me a teensy bit of hantom of the Opera, though that romance was one-sided. Good stories, Maria!

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