A young child comes out of the hospital, not only illness-free but with a new ability as well. What's her story?
Imagine wind chimes left tinkling on the porch of an empty house. Write the story surrounding them.
Write a story about a picture which exercises a strong influence over its subject.
Oscar Wilde’s novel ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ and Isaac Asimov’s short story ‘The Smile that Loses’ play with this idea in different ways.
Think of a modern character dressed in old-fashioned clothes. Write about the character.
You (or your character) are traveling far from home when you lose your way. There are people around, but they don't know you, you don't look like them, and you don't speak their language very well (or perhaps you don't speak it at all). What do you do?
She carries a bag of dreams for sale. There are people eager to buy--some, too, who'd like to sell her the dreams they have already.
A 12-year-old boy is spending the evening home alone for the first time. Someone keeps knocking at the front door, but every time he looks outside there is no one there.
Describe the following scene: an old woman finds a cockroach inside her rolled-up newspaper every morning, and dances on top of it before opening the newspaper.
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