Esther’s Challenge – Can You Tell A Story In . . .

It is Thursday and time for your latest five-word story challenge from Esther Chilton

Although well on the road to recovery from her surgery earlier this year, Esther is feeling a bit rough today. So, this week, our single word prompt is ROUGH.

My personal challenge to you is to tell a story in five words, using the word ROUGH in it somewhere, which will make Esther feel a better.

Lance and Esther

Here are your starters:

Sea’s a bit rough today

Lady Chatterley loves rough gamekeeper

Please post your submissions in the Comments on this post.

This is an open invitation to all of my followers and Esther’s to have some fun with words.

The only limits are the boundaries of your imagination.

About Lance Greenfield

Blog: lancegreenfield.wordpress.com email: lancegmitchell@outlook.com I published my debut novel in December 2014: Eleven Miles. My second novel went live in February 2016: Knitting Can Walk!
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5 Responses to Esther’s Challenge – Can You Tell A Story In . . .

  1. Get well, don’t feel rough!
    A rough and ready trifle.
    The matriarch was feeling rough
    Use a cheese grater roughly
    The rocket landing was rough
    Rough ground for Mars rover!

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  2. Rough skin is like scales.
    It was a rough night.
    He is a rough customer.
    Rough does not mean tough.

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  3. Linkingpeople2003 says:

    ….ROUGH road lets bigger rise!

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  4. Let’s play rough and tumble
    Rough diamonds are very hard
    Juicy Lucy has rough edges
    Luck comes rough or smooth
    Rough estimate: rule of thumb
    I’m feeling rough this morning
    Rough notes become short story
    Farm labourers have rough hands
    It was a rough neighbourhood
    Tumble rough pebbles to smooth
    Just make a rough sketch

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  5. Rough rider becomes easy slider

    Like

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