“Writer’s Island” prompt #6

Welcome! This is the Writer’s Island Journals fourth edition, and here is the 6th WIJ “Writer’s Island” prompt: EMBARRASSING PREDICAMENT.

Tell us what it is you envision when you read this prompt. Please share whatever heroic image today’s prompt stirs within you.

Create whatever you are inspired to create, post it on your blog — then place a link to it here, in the comments section of this post.

NOTE: Below this “Writer’s Island” prompt you will find 5 additional new posts — the bottom one being this week’s ‘Matinée Muse’ prompt. I invite you to read them, and comment if you wish. I also invite you to participate in the ‘MM’ prompt. Click on the title of any of the posts if you want to leave a comment. Hope you enjoy these posts, and thank you for visiting today.

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14 responses to ““Writer’s Island” prompt #6

  1. My first submission here. Thanks for hosting.
    This is a story about how a misunderstanding can escalate.

    Embarrassing predicament

  2. This time I have a story instead of a poem. Thanks in advance to all you choose to visit.

    http://missysshortstories.blogspot.com/2008/06/humor-boys-and-bodyparts.html

  3. I’ve done a poem instead of a story!

    Embarrassig Predicament

  4. Oh dear what an embarrassing predicament. I gave wrong addy and a wrong comment. This is my second go. Cross your fingers

    Embarrassing Predicament

  5. My contribution to embarrassing predicament.

    Elizabeth, at

    http://1sojournal.wordpress.com/

  6. cru

    First submission here though i have been following the link over a year. The post is old , but could not resist the prompt situation. Hope this fulfills the criteria.
    http://candidcru.wordpress.com/2008/02/14/cha_grining/

  7. I wrote this for Sunday Scribblings, but it applies just as well, if not better, for embarrassing moments. Even though there are two of those moments.

    http://westofmars.blogspot.com/2008/11/roadie-poet-stranger.html

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