Sunday, 31 October 2010

Microfiction Monday: Which witch?

Man, this is such a cliché! Real witches just don’t look like this. Pointy hat, broomstick, cape, black cat -


Well, maybe I’ll keep the cat.

 
 
A special Microfiction for Samhain. (That's hallowe'en for you non-pagans out there!)
Set by Susan at Stony River. She posts the picture and we have to write a 140 character short story that's based on it.

18 comments:

  1. She's the cutest witch I ever did see.

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  2. Ah but the cat looks kinda sinister don't you think? :O)

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  3. LOL I'd keep the cat, too. Reminds me of a kitty I loved named Spooky!

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  4. Little girls usually do love cats, even if they are witches! LOL

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  5. So difficult for a cool kid on traditional occasions ;-) I'd keep the cat, too, and maybe the hat and cape.

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  6. She is just a little cute to be believable...but those are the ones you have to watch!

    Well done, AJ

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  7. Oh, yes, those cute ones are definitely the ones you have to watch! Great one for the day, AJ! Hope your week goes well!

    Sylvia

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  8. Gotta have a snack for later on (LOL!)

    Nice one, AJ!

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  9. She is too cute to play a witch.
    But watch out, the claws might come out!
    I'd keep the cat too!

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  10. Real witches wouldn't be caught dead looking like that. :) Nice MM!

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  11. Cute...I love it! One thing is for sure--witches don't wear white when they dress up to celebrate! Well, maybe the good witches do.

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  12. I agree, the cat looks sinister! Good one, MorningAJ, and good luck with your NaNoWriMo challenge!

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  13. I'd keep the hat over the cat...but that's a personal thing. :) Nice one!

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  14. She's trying hard to look the part!!

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  15. The cat looks too mean to keep...

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  16. Oh, I DO love your take on this picture!

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