Friday, March 22, 2013

RRRrrrrrrrr!

Roaring, 
Robbie ran round and round the room, 
roving and reaving, 
ripping and rampaging, 
red rain rinsing reason and rationality, 
raising rash responses, 
rough, 
ravaged, 
rude, 
raw, 
rebellion rampant roses of rage 
but he doesn’t remember.



This weekend, we are revisiting a prompt we've done before.  We are giving you three words and asking that you add another 33 to them to make a complete 36-word response.  You may use the words in any order you choose. 

Our three words are:

remember
rain
rebellion

Now you give us yours.

56 comments:

  1. Great alliteration. I love "rampant roses of rage." The whole piece very much reminds me of my son. :)

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    1. I love alliteration. And that is one of my favorite phrases.

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  2. Ridiculous how you resourcefully rolled through to right that (wait...did I get that write?)

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  3. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr....hahahaha.....makes my lips tingle....poor robbie you know....cant remember in the end...

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    1. The noise must have been too loud for him.

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  4. sigh - I've known kids like Rrrrrrrrobbie. Nice alliteration.

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  5. I love this! Though it must be a chore to keep upwith Robbie.

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    1. Can you imagine the energy you would need?

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  6. Reminds me of watching a four or five year old child running around like a maniac. I can remember being that child, and can understand at this stage of my life why the adults always wanted me to go outside to run around instead!

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  7. Oh I absolutely love the SOUND of that!

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  8. Fantastic! What a clever and creative use of the prompt. Well done!

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  9. So you've met my toddler?

    Also, you had me at alliteration.

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    1. Follow your toddler and you won't need a gym.

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  10. Too bad blackout doesn't start with an R.

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    1. The closest I can think of is repression.

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    1. Roses always struck me as a bit dangerous.

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  12. This is great. It reminds me of the Shining. :D

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    1. Yeah, Robbie as a crazed Jack Nicholson - i can see that.

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  13. This is terrific! I love your use of R's. Brilliant!

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  14. Fun with alliteration! Keep the kid, though.

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  15. I love alliteration. I use it whenever I can and your use here is great. It all fits together perfectly.

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    1. I can't think of any way to respond in all the same sounds. :(

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  16. I bet you can roll your Rs, too! Clever.

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  17. Real fun to read Robbie. I have two of them at home.

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  18. Ripper Rita! I mean Vanessa - this had me laughing and so glad I had girls!

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    1. Alliteration absolutely amuses and absorbs.

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  20. Alliterating R's, "Red rain" interesting imagery.

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  21. I like this! Great alliteration and rhythm!

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  22. Wow!What a great piece & like everybody else I thoroughly enjoyed the alliteration:-)

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    1. Feels like a dog chasing its tail, doesn't it?

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  23. I love alliteration. Well done.

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  24. Love the alliteration! So creatively done.

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  25. I loved this! The alliteration! That Robbie can't remember the "whirlpool of emotion" he caused. It's really great.

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  26. Frenetic pace and impressive alliteration! Wow.

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  27. I see you're all revved up and raring to go. :)

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