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This month’s prompt:
Dialogue Only

Make a post that is only back-and-forth dialogue, with no description or tags. As always, it may be fiction or nonfiction, prose or poetry, or any other form you care to use. If you want an additional prompt for your dialogue, you can use “Wrong Place, Right Time,” but this is strictly optional.
Each post should be less than 1000 words if possible. Read and comment on other participants’ posts if
you possibly can–they’ll be doing the same for you!

Here is a list of all the participants, follow the links to their blogs and search for the May blog!!

Participants and posts:
orion_mk3 –
Ralph Pines –
pushingfordream –
articshark –
pyrosama –
Sudo_One –
Nissie –
Angyl78 –
Lady Cat –
U2Girl –
MsLaylaCakes –
SuzanneSeese –
LanaK –
in_one –

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“You shouldn’t do that.”

“Do what?”


“Why ever not? It’s fun, I’m not hurting anyone. In fact I’m not even hurting myself.”

“You do realize once I tell her you’ll get it.”

“Well, if you tell her again, I’ll just have to tell her what you were doing.”

“You wouldn’t. You have no proof.”

“Don’t I? I always have proof. Just because I don’t rat you out every time I get yelled at doesn’t mean I don’t think about it. I could have you being yelled at as I walk out the door. But why should all of us get yelled at. Now, don’t say a word.”

“You’ll get caught.”

“Probably. But I’ll have fun until I do.”

“Really, that much fun?”


“Wait, what are you doing?”

“Here, look.”


“And you wonder why you won’t tell? See, you’re doing it now too. I go, you go.”

“Why would I tell?”

“I don’t know. You’d best be leaving now. Don’t want to get in trouble.”

“Why would I get in trouble?”

“Don’t know, why would you?”

“I don’t know. Well, have to run.”


“One day they will learn. Never threaten, never judge. Hmmmm, where did I put that recorder?”

“Is she going to tell?”

“Heard that did you? Yes, she’ll tell as soon as she gets in a bind.”

“hmmm… Now what?”

“I move.”

“We move. Then well, she can yell.”

“Oh yes, she will. But, like a duck in rain, it just washes away.”

“We are moving?”

“Next month. Boy are they going to yell.”

“Duck, rain, we’ll survive.”


“Yep, let me lock up and I’ll meet you there.”