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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Another First Line Challenge

Photographer Vincent Bousserez expresses his art using miniature plastic people caught in moments of the mundane and the surreal. Of course, this one spoke to me. Check out the rest of his collection when you are finished with your one-line masterpiece.

Participation time. Write the first line of the story...
We'll put it up to a vote on Friday. The most popular receives a classic DVD collection (hint: fear, dreams, dread, suspense, oh-and romance) from moi. Sounds like a win-win to me.

Who's first?

7 comments:

the walking man said...

Now that time has been turned on its side, we have all the hours we need to clean up the mess of the linear world.

Todd Wheeler said...

Each afternoon at a quarter of three, Reginald performed his duties as Attendant of the Gulliver Clock.

Charles Gramlich said...

Werner felt like a plastic man.

Marilyn Brant said...

LOL! I loved reading the first lines already listed.

"Wax on, wax off," Jensen muttered to himself, hoping his disguise would fool the time-traveling Karate Kid.

L.A. Mitchell said...

My turn...I'm not in the drawing, though the shrinkwrap is awfully tempting to remove :O

As a footsoldier tasked with keeping the Upper Manhatten penthouse spotless, Colonel James P. Sotherland longed for the days when he could infiltrate time, not merely clean it.

Oh, and everyone can enter more than once.

Keep them coming...they're all wonderful!!

laughingwolf said...

Dallas had no idea why he'd been ordered to clean all the glass in the city, but knew time had a way of leveling the playing field.

the walking man said...

"Man I am glad the company issued me coveralls, I used to hate the times my butt cleavage showed when I washed the lower part of the window."