DP Daily Prompt: Twenty-Five

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There are twenty-six letters in the English language, and we need every single one of them. Want Proof? Choose a letter and write a blog post without using it .( Feeling brave? Make it a Vowel!)

My vowel I will not use this time is “A

Down by the forgotten woods there were scores of hungry birds perched on the trees they  were crying for food. Little Tom collected pot full of bird seeds to feed them. The birds were delighted , they flew down one by one to gobble the foods.

The moment  they  consumed the bird seeds they stretched their wings flew  out from the woods formed the circle of devotion to honor Tom for his generosity, then  they flew high up in the sky to exit forever!

: https://sabethville.wordpress.com/2015/03/13/dp-daily-prompt-7

10 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: Twenty-Five

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this wonderful post. I like how you created it without using “A.” And we like a lot this archetypal figure, Little Tom, whose generosity was well received by the birds.

    All good wishes,

    robert

  2. Vowels form key pieces of English, so weird sentences occur by cutting one of them out.

    (I intentionally made that sentence without “A” to continue the theme.)

    • You did quite well, now lengthen it to see if you face any difficulty, I did, every word that came to mind had an ‘A’
      I continued and kept reading the piece to be sure there was no ‘A’.
      You do notice my story was very short, I’ll blame ‘A’ for giving me a tough time.

    • Thank you Sonya, I realized after I decided not to use ,’A’ it was a very important vowel, I should
      have used some other vowel, because I already used, ‘U’ last time I thought I’ll try ‘A’ it was not easy.

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