20130905: day 248
* Check out about 3 words, the first posting, for what to do. choose three out of five.
Note: To submit a list of 5 words (+/- an extra set of instructions) for a posting, please email me at ylin002 (at) yahoo (dot) com. Thank you, and looking forward to it!
at the airport, time
known to have burst
a bubble or two.
check your watch
again, it has to
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The evidence pinned me as the culprit.
The news identified me as the villain.
Yet in my bubble, I see myself as the victim.
oh wow – love it! thank you for putting together such a thoughtful response.
Kind of enjoyed it! Keep it up and I will continue to respond.
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After thoroughly examining the evidence
the scientific panel declared
it was the result of a rogue time bubble.
Ooo…is this the beginning of a scifi novel?? (smile) thank you, Emily!
I love Sci-fi, in this case I think it was the Fairy’s!
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How fun! Mine ended up running away from me and I had to run it down and catch it. But here is part 1:
Cut off from the rest of the world in an invisible bubble called diabetes, I perused the internet, newspapers, text books, and medical journals. There had to be a cure. There needed to be a cure. I searched for news of a cure but found none. I grew desperate and panicky. I was shocked, angry, indignant, and finally, burned out. I had no choice but to resign myself to the permanence of diabetes. I cried. I screamed. From what I had read, diabetes is associated with a notably shorter life expectancy. I was afraid.
Part 2 is on my blog. 🙂
again, thank you for sharing your strength with us and for fitting in the three words. i hope that the words inspired you to write the piece as much as you are inspiring us.
It’s funny. As soon as I read the word “bubble” I immediately thought of being stuck inside of one, held captive and unable to escape. And then it tied itself to diabetes somehow. Thanks for the inspiration. I wouldn’t have written it had I not found your post.
that is funny – how different words inspire different ideas/thoughts in each of us! thank you, again!
They sure do!
I’ve finished the story. You can find it at
I hope you enjoy it.
cool! in the vein of Terry Pratchett? (smile) thank you for going all the way!