Another Friday has come so it is time for new prompts.
Prompt 882 - Creative
Tag - List of Words
Use the following words in a story - a noose, a broken ladder, a torn letter, a poisoned teacup, and a bloody shirt.
Prompt 883 - Creative
Tag - First Line
"You'd think he'd learn his lesson, but he never does."
Good luck. Remember to read, write, comment, and like.
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