The power of mystery

All hope was not lost.

Weary, the heavy charge of their mission weighed on their mind.

They moved forward, aware that it could be the discovery of the century.

Medicine would be revolutionised by this mysterious…

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This text is my submission to this weekend Trifecta writing challenge : Trifextra: Week Sixty-four.

Here is the challenge :

This weekend we’re asking for exactly 33 of your own words plus the following three words:
  • charge
  • century
  • lost
So 33 of yours plus 3 of ours means that everyone will have a 36 word response this time around.

I love this exercise of writing. I thought I would be less inspired than a 4 weeks ago with these three words but an idea spontaneously came to my mind.

And please look and appreciate how I’ve managed to have 36 words in english and 36 words in french. 😉

drapeau-francais-franceTous les espoirs n’étaient pas perdus.

Las du lourd poids que leur mission faisait peser sur leurs esprits.

Ils avancèrent, pourtant, conscients que cela pouvait être la découverte du siècle.

La médecine serait bouleversée par cette…

Ce texte est ma soumission au défi d’écriture Trifecta de ce week-end  : Trifextra: semaine de soixante-quatre.

Voici le défi:

Ce week-end nous demandons exactement 33 de vos propres mots, plus les trois mots suivants:

charge (poids)
siècle
perdu

Donc 33 de vos mots, plus 3 de nos mots signifie que tout le monde aura une réponse de 36 mots cette fois-ci.

J’adore cet exercice d’écriture. Je pensais que je serais moins inspirée qu’il y a de 4 semaines avec ces trois mots, mais une idée est spontanément venue à mon esprit.

Et  regarder et apprécier, s’il vous plaît, la façon dont j’ai réussi à avoir 36 mots en anglais et 36 mots en français. 😉

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~ by mademoisellemv on April 21, 2013.

13 Responses to “The power of mystery”

  1. Lovely!

  2. Great job, also on having 36 words in both languages 🙂

  3. Wonderfully done! Nice use of the prompt.

  4. Kudos on the bilingual entry!

  5. Very cool response to the prompt. I’m very impressed with the two languages.

  6. I love how you let the photo finish the story! (:

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