Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Hump Day Improvisation:

I’m fresh out of ideas. When this happens I think I might be brain dead. That’s impossible of course. So in honor of being brain dead, this week’s comma release for hump day is to write one or two sentences from a character’s POV who is in a dream state. As before, I will post my sentences around 6 PM Pacific time.


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18 comments:

Jeffrey Beesler said...

Every tick of the clock mesmerized me, numbed me, lulling my thoughts under a security blanket of inner fog as I gazed out the window at sunshine, and freedom. School couldn't let out fast enough.

Jules said...

Oh not fair, was my post yesterday. Here is the first line, She dreamt of storm clouds. Clouds of towering, bellowing shades of gray that escalate into oblivion and can overtake your soul. Does this count? :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Joanne said...

It's a nice midweek theme as we make our way through the days. I'm enjoying these ...

N. R. Williams said...

I like your style Jeffrey. Mesmerized and security blanket.

You be that counts Jules. I forgot you wrote about dreams yesterday.

Thank you both for leaving a comment.
NR

N. R. Williams said...

Hey Joanne, you came in while I was thanking Jeffrey and Jules. I am so glad you enjoy my hump day exercise.
NR

Kristal Shaff said...

Thanks for the post!

N. R. Williams said...

You're welcome Kristal.
NR

Patricia Stoltey said...

Help! Help!

Patricia Stoltey said...

And thanks for the contest links, Nancy.

N. R. Williams said...

You're welcome Patricia. Help indeed.
NR

Lydia Kang said...

Thanks for those links. I didn't see Jen or Zoe's yet.
Hope your brain revives okay!

N. R. Williams said...

Thanks Lydia.
NR

Holly Ruggiero said...

This is a hard one - I think I'm brain dead too - or tired -or hungry.

N. R. Williams said...

Maybe all three Holly. Thanks for leaving a comment anyway.
NR

C. N. Nevets said...

I no longer knew the difference between shades who lurked in my night visions and the people who haunted my day-to-day. The world was diffused, as if I were living through filter, and I could not even piece together the words in my mind to wonder why.

N. R. Williams said...

That is great Nevets...thanks for following me back to my blog and leaving a comment.
NR

Summer Ross said...

In the mess of today I spaced utilizing this, sorry. I love your improvs though...

N. R. Williams said...

No problem Summer, I miss things too. Thanks for coming by and leaving a comment.
NR