Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Tuesday's Writings #No 30

Tuesday's Writings  #No 30

Each week I will post three words. You write something using the words. Then come back and post a link in the comments and I will link you up in the post below prompts so others can read your work, I advise you to read other's work too so we can all benefit and make comments. Don't worry if it's not Tuesday you can post until Monday the next week or if you want post and I'll try to include you in the previous week's posts. Comments can encourage enrich and invigorate writers and poets offerings so please share the love.



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Prompts this week: spotlight, decayed, prisoner

Definitions below:

spotlight~ noun
  1. a lamp projecting a narrow, intense beam of light directly onto a place or person, especially a performer on stage.
       ~verb

  1. illuminate with a spotlight.

    "the dancers are spotlighted from time to time throughout the evening"




                      decayed or decay~

verb
past tense: decayed; past participle: decayed

  1. (of organic matter) rot or decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi.

    "a decayed cabbage leaf"



    • cause to rot or decompose.

      "the fungus will decay soft timber"

    • (of a building or area) fall into disrepair; deteriorate.

      "urban neighborhoods decay when elevated freeways replace surface roads"


      1. prisoner~noun
        synonyms:convictdetaineeinmateMore

        • a person captured and kept confined by an enemy, opponent, or criminal.
          "the heroine was being held prisoner in a cave"

          synonyms:captiveinterneeprisoner of warPOW
          "the army took many prisoners"
        • a person who is or feels confined or trapped by a situation or set of circumstances.

          "he's become a prisoner of the publicity he's generated
      2. a person legally held in prison as a punishment for crimes they have committed or while awaiting trial.




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2 comments:

Due to very little interest I am discontinuing this writing exerise