Fancy a quick challenge over a cuppa?

The Wordcloud challenge that is as easy as 1 to 1. Well, 11. Eleven words in eleven lines, that’s all there is to it. Well, eleven words in eleven lines incorporating one, two or three randomly selected genres, that is.

The words:

And the randomly selected genres are:


The challenge is to write something, anything (poem / story / paragraph / entire blog post (nah, that wouldn’t work)), using all of the words in the word cloud and your choice of one, two or three of the selected genres above. Your piece MUST ONLY be eleven lines / sentences long and MUST include ALL eleven words… otherwise the challenge would be called Tensies and Ninesies; or Eightsies, and then it wouldn’t sit quite right whilst having your Elevensies.

Write your entry on your own blog, and link back to this post on your post, or link to your post in the comments below. I’ll sort out all of the links later from the thousands hundreds eleven (?) good folk who take part. I wonder if I can get more than eleven? Let’s see. This challenge is open until Tuesday 26th February 2019.

I will post my entry later in the week. I may post two. For 1 + 1, you understand… And I will post another challenge next Wednesday… and you never know, it may be another Elevensy. (I’m not sure that’s a word.)

11 thoughts

        1. Naughty indeed, CM!
          I tried to comment on your blog, but needed to log in to Facebook, and I don’t use that, so I couldn’t. I did find the heart button, so pressed that!
          I wondered who could have been in the broom closet? The teacher’s wife? The headmistress?

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            1. Very naughty – hiding in a broom closet like that!
              I tried your site again, and Facebook still wants me. They aren’t going to get me, though! 😀

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                1. Thanks, CM.
                  Yes, I dumped Facebook a while back, and regardless of what they said at the time, I haven’t looked back! Mind you, I never used when I was with them, so it was no great loss!


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