Allergic to E Challenge

Allergic to E Challengewriting challenge

My kind friend Neha invited me to participate in this fun challenge. I invite you to explore her soulful poetry at Forgotten Meadows.

Here are the rules:

  1. Write a whole paragraph. Sounds easy right?
  2. Without any word containing the letter “e”.  Not easy at all!
  3. By reading this post, you are already invited.
  4. Challenge at least five bloggers to take the challenge.

Joyful Woods!

Strolling down soft grassy paths, a boy found fanciful spirits to watch and play. A silly rabbit anxious to hop and run away. A happy cardinal chirping grand songs. A fluffy fox snuck by, darting and dodging. Stuart had a glorious day in joyful play. Hours past in play and magic. Gradually, food, Mom and comfort call him back. Upon his arrival, Stuart’s Mom was happy to find him in such a jolly mood. A joyful song fills his soul.

My nominees for the challenge are:

Syl

Himali

Mitza

Aina

MichelleMarie

Genie

‘njoy!  🙂

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53 thoughts on “Allergic to E Challenge

    • Thanks Lorrie. It was fun and challenging. I kept finding “e’s” and in fact ,had a couple when I published that Annette caught for me! Good thing I’ve learned to let go of being a perfectionist. 🙂

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      • I love that statement more than you know!! I just sent u a little paragraph that I bet you will find an “e” in!! I, too, try to ditch the obsessive compulsive perfectionist side of me 😉 it is a constant job!! 😉

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  1. I took a wrong turn. I was driving on a dirt road and my car was bumping along. Around noon, I found the road was asphalt…not at all what I was on prior. I thought I lost my way! Just about half past noon, I saw a sign: “TWO WAY TRAFFIC…STAY RIGHT” I was so happy I was not lost, I was on my “RIGHT” path! 😉 ♡

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    • Thanks Lorrie! 🙂 It’s wonderful and amazing that you can pop out these challenges so easily. 🙂 Do you understand that part of the game is to post them on your blog and link to the person who offered the challenge? You don’t have to, but part of the fun and benefit to challenges is sharing our communities.
      Hugs my friend….

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  2. Wow… Love your story Brad.. and well done you.. that must really take some doing.. I mean.. already I have used the letter e.. 12 + 1 times 🙂
    Happy days my friend.. xx Love and Blessings Sue xxx +3 🙂 = 16 😀

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  3. This is a beautiful passage and wow, I tried to write this simple comment without using “e” and as you can see I failed miserably. What a creative way to get the mind to think about the story and interpretation…very cool and very well done!

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  4. What a clever exercise to get the creative juices flowing. However, I think that the two most used keys on my keyboard in this exercise would be ‘e’ and ‘backspace’ 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Brad – nice work!

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  5. Sail away on a magnolia
    Kiss,– catamount in the
    Back yard? wild as cosmology!
    What is it doing shining at
    Moon’s apricots? A paradisical
    Nimbus? …that must go to a folio
    Triluminar for prosody!

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      • Found an e! One more try:

        Sail away on a magnolia
        Kiss,– catamount in a ruby’s
        Back yard? wild as cosmology!
        What is it doing shining at
        Moon’s apricots? A paradisiacal
        Nimbus? …that must go to a folio
        Triluminar for prosody!

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      • But I cheated (not that is says this is not allowed!), I found a web site while I was trying to write a poem without an e in it (in another window), because it was very difficult to write without an e, so when I saw hundreds of words without an e, it made it much easier.

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  6. Sail away on a magnolia
    Kiss,– catamount in a ruby’s
    Backyard? wild as cosmology!
    What’s it doing shining at
    Moon’s apricots? A paradisiacal
    Nimbus? …that must go to a folio
    Triluminar for prosody!

    (can’t go writing on and not show that a ruby has a backyard!)

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