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Tale Weaver’s Prompt #10 – Fast Forward

Last week, we wrote about superstitions. This week I would like you to:

Time travel into the future. Describe how everything is, what do you see, smell, hear, what’s the food like?It does not need to be a sci-fi writing. You can travel into 2015 and imagine and write where do you see yourself or someone you care for. let your creativity do the work! No word limits on this one.

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15 comments on “Tale Weaver’s Prompt #10 – Fast Forward

  1. phylor
    May 29, 2014

    Interesting task. 2020 here I come, lol.

    • Oloriel
      May 29, 2014

      😀 Looking forward to reading it!

      • phylor
        May 29, 2014

        Wow, I’m rarely first at anything!

      • Oloriel
        May 29, 2014

        I am glad to see you got that inspired! 🙂

      • phylor
        May 30, 2014

        It was a great prompt! So many possibilities. I’m fascinated by time travel so this prompt fit like a glove, as they say.

  2. Tracesofthesoul
    May 29, 2014

    Oh dear now that is something that could be fun or daunting…which shall I choose?..hmmm

    • Oloriel
      May 29, 2014

      Wherever creativity takes you 😀

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  7. faranastus
    May 30, 2014

    Dunno if you wanted poetry, but you are welcome to this.

    Darren.

    • Oloriel
      June 1, 2014

      As long as you get inspired, it is more then welcome! 😀

      • faranastus
        June 1, 2014

        Great !

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