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Well, we are half way through May. The world is coming out of lockdown and praying for no second wave. To help you to focus on something besides Covid 19 here are the prompts.

Prompt 842 - Creative

Tag - First Line

"Pardon me, but damn it got cold in here."

Prompt 843

Tag - List of Words

Use the following words in a story - a bloody shirt, a broken door, a school bag, a new book, and a calico cat.

Enjoy your week. Remember to read, write, comment, and like. Stay safe and well.

 

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