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Possible Repeated Exercise?

I was getting ready to do today's exercise, and I must say that I paused for a second after reading this one.

Exercise #151 : "What's On Your Desk?"

What is on your desk? Be as specific as possible. Really push, making a list of even things you do not have a word for (check out a visual dictionary if you can).

Hmm... Haven't we seen this before? (the actual exercise is at the bottom of the page in the link)

Sadly enough, I don't really use my desk. I use it more for storage. Whoops. I should probably get on that. Right now, it's housing several stacks of books as a result of going through my library in an attempt to thin it out a bit. Must take those books to my local used book store...

Because we've already done this exercise, I'm going to give you guys a visual prompt.

The rules are as follows:
  • Write without stopping for at least a minute. Add on extra minutes if you want. The more the merrier!
  • NO SELF-EDITING!!! If you're a grammar Nazi like I am, I will allow very basic comma splice or misspelled word corrections, but, other than that, don't you dare!!!
  • What does this picture make you think, feel, etc? Who are the people? What are they doing? Where have they been? Where are they going? Feel free to answer as many or as few questions as you want. Make up some of your own!
  • HAVE FUN!
I'd love for everyone to post their results in the comments section, but I understand if you'd rather not. I will post a response as well sometime later on in the evening, once some other people have put their own thoughts.

Without further ado, here is the picture.

click the picture for a larger image

I'm so excited to see what you all come up with! :) And remember, have fun!!

Peace.
Stef.

Comments

Saumya said…
Heyy! Cute blog and awesome idea!!! Good for you; I can barely manage to write my novel in all the time I've got. Good luck with everything!

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