Thursday, August 29, 2019

Summer Writing Exercise Series #64: One of Two Endings with a Violin


#64
For today's writing exercise you will write a piece of poetry or prose which ends with one of the following sentences—think of it like starting a maze from the end.


Sentence 1: The night hung on the violin's last note.

Sentence 2: She walked down the dark street, bow tip dragging in puddles.

Bonus prompt requirement: Begin in a taxi cab (or car for hire) and also include someone saying the line of dialog "Not Tarzan, George of the Jungle!"
------------------------------------

If you'd like some background music to write to, try this album of master violinist Joshua Bell playing Bach.



0 comments:

Post a Comment