Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Microfiction Monday Feb.7, 2011

First, my friend Suzanne's take on this week's prompt:

"A red stone building, bare trees, and
a clock with an upside down 2. 
Totally weird postcard!"

I also thought the 7 looked like an inverted 2, but didn't use it in my submission.

Dr. Watson, you're late. You know I abhor lateness. Obviously there's nothing wrong here. - Holmes

Posted for Microfiction Monday, hosted every week by Susan at Stony River.
It is simplicity itself, although not necessarily easy. First, Susan provides us with a photo or a picture to use as inspiration for a poem or a very, very short story. 140 characters short, including spaces and punctuation is all we may employ, the maximum number of characters in a tweet.

To see how others interpreted the picture, please click


Cezar and Léia said...

It's a magnificent composition!I love the red stone in the building ( amazing windows) and the first plan with the adorable clock, very well done my sweet friend, congrats!

indicaspecies said...

Tardy Dr. Watson!

I've participated in this MicroFiction meme too. My first time, so drop by please, if you have a minute. Have a lovely day.

Mr Puddy said...

Nothing wrong here but Great Fiction, and me and my mom love your photo, Kay : )

Melanie Sherman said...

Poor Dr. Watson can never please Holmes.

SquirrelQueen said...

But Holmes, what about those boarded up windows?

jabblog said...

LOL! That would be a very odd postcard :-)

Leslie said...

LOVE the Sherlock Holmes take on this! Have you seen the new Masterpiece Mystery series they did just this year? I liked it very much, although I still think Jeremy Brett was the best Sherlock ever.