Trifextra – Week Eighty-Five

 This week we are taking you, once again, back to school for a lesson in literary devices.  Remember the apostrophe?  About.com defines apostrophe as, “A figure of speech in which some absent or nonexistent person or thing is addressed as if present and capable of understanding.”  That same site provides some excellent examples of apostrophes in classical literature. Check them out and then have a crack at it yourself.  Give us your best 33-word example of an apostrophe. – See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/#sthash.Yl2n9gtN.dpuf

Check out Trifextra Week Eighty-Five if you are interested.

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Oh thunder, you herald the coming spring, with warmer days and joyous beauty. A rumble that sometimes brings fear is really to me confirmation of our Creator. Lightning your prelude, rain your payoff.

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I want to point you flash fiction writers to another option. It is Flash in the Pan, where you write short fiction 50-150 words respectively to words chosen and posted each week. 250 responses will be collected and published by Redmund Productions. You can check the details at the following link: Flash in the Pan.

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About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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19 Responses to Trifextra – Week Eighty-Five

  1. I love thunderstorms. At night, they are like a lullaby. I like your description.

  2. What a beautiful description for something that can sometimes be a little frightening! Thank you for linking up!

  3. Anja says:

    I enjoyed this. I do love a good storm.

  4. Great, especially ‘rain your payoff’.

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