Prompt 37 Unavoidable Pain

unavoidableThis week’s prompt is one of a series I have planned but no worries I will not be asking you to produce a cohesive story/novel utilizing the prompts. If, however, you would like to use the prompts to create a story please feel free to do so. There will be 20 prompts in this series (including this one). As always I accept all forms of self-expression (photographs, stories, poetry, artwork, videos, music etc.). There is no length restriction on your entries and no need to censor on my account (provide warnings at your own discretion).

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Some examples of unavoidable pain which you are absolutely free to use

Taking up exercise

Medical procedures

Medication

Rescue efforts (ever hurled yourself in the path of a moving object to save someone?)

Job interviews

Raising children

Finding love

Pursuing dreams

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  11. I’m late posting, and given the nature of Ice & Blood [part 1 of a novel in search of prompts], being #13 with Mr. Linky is ominous and appropriate.
    Can’t wait to read the next prompt in the series.

      • We shall see — I couldn’t keep up the pace with the recent “write a novel in a month” challenge (I forget the acronym), so 20 prompts over 20 weeks (?) seems more reasonable. What I end up with . . .
        Got lots of stories in my head, time I wrote some of them down, formed around your prompts. They may actually be short chapters for a short book.

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