Each Sunday we announce the Once Sentence (.) Picks Of The Week. Check back to see if your entry is a winner!
WEEK 4 WINNERS!
Thanks to everyone who took this week’s ONE SENTENCE (.) challenge! And thank you to this week’s judge, Louise Palanker, for doing a stellar job weeding through all of the fabulous entries to come up with this week’s picks. Now, let’s start on Week 5 and Month TWO!
She stared at the door, impatiently waiting for him to come out so she could tell him she had started seeing someone else, while he stared at the mirror inside, practicing his proposal one final time.
He must finish the still life today.
Was this an exercise of pure masochism, Anna wondered, as she whipped up another menu of heartbreaking food options she and her bunker mates hadn’t seen since the Canadian invasion.
Robin Williams put on his clown nose, walked through those doors, and yelled “Good MORNING Vietnam” – oops, wrong movie!
Every morning, as she reached for her standard two anti-depressants and three vitamins from the medicine cabinet with no door she was reminded of every late night ER visit, every medicine reminder, every noise from pain and the last moment she held his hand.
To you, the real estate sign says “open house,” but to me, it says, “free drugs.”
She let the flowers remain in the vase for months, surrounded by her things… a sad reminder of Keith’s faded love.