Trifecta – Weekend Challenge, 3 Points of View

Trifecta consists of two weekly challenges: one weekday prompt and one weekend prompt.

This weekend, we return to the 33-word prompt, but this time, a 33-word prompt with a twist. Your task, should you choose to accept, is to take a scene that involves (or affects) at least three people. You should then write this scene from the point of view of three of the characters, using 33 words for each character. So for example, if your story involves a mother, a father and a young boy, you will tell the story first from the point of view of the mother (in 33 words), then the same story from the point of view of the father (in 33 words) and finally, from the point of view of the boy (also in 33 words).

Eeeny Meany Miney …Where’s Mo?  

Eeeny

Eeeny said

Meany! Miney!  Where’s Mo?

Meany and Miney replied

We don’t know.

Go look.

said Eeeny.

Meany and Miney searched high and low..,

So sorry, Eeeny,

said Meany and Miney…

No Mo!

Meany and Miney

Meany heard Eeeny ask him and Miney

Where’s Mo?

Meany kicked Miney  they said

We don’t Know

Go Look

Said Eeeny
Who made him boss?
They found Mo, listened,
then told Eeeny

No.  

Mo

I’ll show Eeeny, thought Mo
Meany and Miney found him.
He told them his plan
Silly fools agreed
and told Eeeny

Sorry No Mo

Soon Eeeny’s  finished,
pointless without  Meany Miney  and Mo.

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28 responses to “Trifecta – Weekend Challenge, 3 Points of View

    • Meany and Miney are just a couple of easily manipulated goofs but they don’t realize that without them Eeeny and Mo are sunk…especially Eeeny cause Mo ..eh he might be able to get another gig but Eeeny is not going to be so lucky. He shouldn’t have been so bossy!

    • Hi back :-) thanks so much. I did have another version of Meany and Miney that involved Miney sitting on his ass and letting Meany do all the looking but it didn;t quite fit with the conspiracy thing.. :-) Meany and Miney are the keys to this little group.. inseparable actually.. :-)

  1. Simply. Brilliant.

    Good thing I waited till now to read this. Any earlier might have been disastrous for me. (See my entry for the new word, Thunder, to understand …

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