Writing Challenge – Into the Drain

Have you ever had a conversation with someone that when it was over you then felt completely drained of all your energy? They come over and start telling you about their day, maybe they haven’t even told you anything negative, but the second they are gone you feel completely wiped out.

Dam Burst Prompt:

Write a scene, whether fiction or non-fiction, of an incident of a draining conversation, what you or your character does about it and where you think that energy goes. Bonus points for showing how you get your energy back. Dig deep and allow yourself to get really creative with it.

Wet Feet Prompt:

Tell us about a time you lost something and how you got it back. Share how you felt when you lost it and what it felt like to get it back.

You have 750 words to work with but if you feel finished in less by all means use less.  Remember to link back to this post. We look forward to reading your posts.

Morgan is the contributor for the theme this week. If you have an idea for a prompt please share and we will credit you as the source.

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Morgan Dragonwillow: Poet , author of Wild Woman Waking & Dancing within Shadow, massage therapist and facilitator of magical journeys who (mostly) doesn't let her fears get in the way of her passion for writing and creating. When she isn't working with clients, writing or dancing you can find her encouraging and supporting her writing community at #StoryDam#OctPoWriMo, & #PoetsonthePage You can also find her on Google+

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