Friday’s Threesome 4 April


The idea of these challenges is to use the given prompts to create a piece of flash fiction (100-200 words) or a poem (14-20 lines). Word and line counts are a guideline only let your muse dictate.

The challenge today offers three quotations to inspire the creative muse, using one, two or all three as a prompt.

The quotations for this week are:

  • Present mirth hath present laughter. What’s to come is still unsure – William Shakespeare
  • Human rights rest on human dignity. The dignity of man is an ideal worth fighting for and worth dying for – Robert Maynard
  • Sex is the mysticism of materialism and the only possible religion in a materialistic society – Malcolm Muggeridge

 

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