Sunday, 22 April 2007


There was another set of prompts posted this morning in BC

Not sure if 30-40 prompts is enough.

Of course you could use them all...

Maybe you could look at each set separately, see how it rings (or doesn't) in your ears. or combine the sets, sort them alphabetically then choose alternative lines, or simply read and read until 1-2 jump out and give you an opening voice

Knickerbocker Glory

All shall be well and all manner of things shall be well

Dead men tell plenty of tales

Wine and red roses, roses and red wine

Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold

Environmental handprint

Ash on an old man's sleeve

They also serve who only stand and wait

Valley sheep are fatter

The trouble with Esther Honeycheeks

Going to Paradise by way of Kensal Green

No one left and no one came on the bare platform

Ringing the bell backward

Old men in country houses hear clocks ticking over thick carpets

She's gone, and I can't find her

Choosing a Name

Dogging the Walk

A Critting Frenzy

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