DP Daily Prompts: Return Address

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Yesterday, your pet, inanimate object could read your post. Today, they can write back( thanks for the suggestion,

lifelessons!). Write a post from their point of view ( or pick just any non-verbal creature/ object).

Dear Ranu,

Thank you for your letter. Raphael and I were very good boys yesterday. Rapha is the one who tried to open your closet, I did discourage him but he said, ‘No.’

Rapha did not pull your clothes down on the floor, you still did not give us treats for good behavior.

We tried to sleep all morning, your neighbor was making too much noise and the sun was bright and shiny we had to find out what was happening. this is why we could not sleep.

Rapha was restless, he’s the one who jumped on the piano, he does not listen, I don’t know if he scratched your piano, I am sorry.

Thank you for raising the blinds for us, it was nice and sunny, we didn’t enjoy that much because nothing exciting was happening, and there were no birds we could catch and gobble up, oh yes we are inside how can we catch them.

You always promise to give us treats, but you never do. Humans never tell the truth.

Rapha knows you don’t want him to chew paper, he did it as a protest because you failed to keep your promise.

Rapha wasn’t in a mood to reply, so I did it on behalf of us both.

I hope you still love us.

Your darling felines,

Rapha and Gabriel.

https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2014/11/07/dp-daily-promp…return-address/

 

Five sentence fiction: Envy

Lillie McFerrin Writes

They were two sisters, Geeta and Seeta, although Geeta was seven years older, she always criticized Seeta.

Seeta was fed up she once complained to her friend Nina  about her sister, Nina paid them a visit at their house, the moment she sat in their house, Geeta had nothing good to say about her sister.

Nina came home and thought about everything she was told by Geeta, she was in a quandary, she’d never heard anyone so critical about the younger sibling, the thought came to her suddenly, maybe she’s jealous of her sister.

Nina was ecstatic she figured out what was wrong, the following day she told her friend, “I know why your sister is mean to you, she is jealous of you.”

Seeta was in shock, “jealous, but why was all she could say?”

https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2014/11/06/five-sentence-fiction-envy

 

 

 

 

 

365 Writing Prompts:Cheering section

Do you have a mentor? Tell us about him or her? Are you mentor to someone else? Tell us what that relationship has added to your life.

I do not have a mentor, I really didn’t have one when I was in school. I always felt I was able to take care of everything myself, it worked out all right for me.

I was a mentor to someone at one time, she and her husband had jobs for a while, then lost the jobs because job situation was getting worse at that time.

She asked me once what could she do to get a job, I knew she had a masters degree in Mathematics, I advised her to register for an education degree, she agreed and did as I told her. Her friends discouraged her, they informed her, they didn’t think she’d get a job in any school even if she had an education degree.

They were wrong she was hired in a private school when she completed her degree  and was happy, she used to tell me about her job. I encouraged her not to give up because the salary was low.

I have no contact with her now, I am glad she listened and was doing well. She always thanked me for encouraging her.

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