Allergic to the Letter “E” Challenge

My friend, Mel from her blog entitled, Melissa Barker Simpson, has challenged me to write a paragraph without using the letter “e!” GULP! This is going to be hard! I don’t want to suffer in the page of lame!!!

Silver tries to write without using the letter “e.” A brain explosion rocked the world this morning!

Here are the Rules:

1) Write a whole paragraph (A WHOLE PARAGRAPH??) without any words containing the letter “e” (still easy?)

2) By reading this, you are already signed up.

3) Challenge at least five bloggers to do the challenge. They must do it within 24 hours or it is considered as failure.

4) If you fail or pass, suffer in the Page of Lame.

5) If you win, wallow in the Page of Fame.

Here goes:

Vibrations drift and fall throughout Willow Pond. Gazing skyward, a sound pounds and throbs similar to pulsations in my soul. Dark, lurid dragon wings come into my sight thumping with a solid rhythm. I gasp and run knowing that if I lag my ruin will soon follow. Alarm fills my soul as I fall upon grass damp with rain. I crawl away as fast as I can. Now, I suffer from sparks of dragon combustion which burn through my skin. Dragon claws grab at my body which is burnt and smoking. In conclusion, it looks as if my downfall was looking skyward.

Dragon Wings

I would like to challenge: Vashti Quiroz Vega, Wendy Anne Darling, Souldier Girl, Mark Bialczak, and Kyrosmagica to join me in this fun challenge. Can you write without using the letter “e?”

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59 thoughts on “Allergic to the Letter “E” Challenge

  1. That was wonderful, so descriptive. You do have a talent for bringing a scene to life and you made the challenge look easy! Thanks so much for taking part. Your conversation with Sue made me laugh out loud. I must be mad, because now I want to try writing a paragraph without the letter a 😉

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          1. Nah, you’re not lame at all. I completely missed it, but then I was hooked in the story. You won’t believe how many times I missed those pesky ‘e’s’! When I looked back through mine, I thought I was hallucinating because they kept sneaking back in! Such a stubborn little letter…a genuine little trickster 😉

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      1. It happened to me too, even when I checked through each letter about a dozen times. When I flicked over the draft I found another one! Now every time I write something, the ‘e’s’ are jumping about with glee! The little bugger will haunt me in my sleep. Not to mention the ‘a’ 😉

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  2. Colleen, that must have been really difficult, but you pulled it off so well. A great paragraph, and yes, as I read, I was on the lookout for an “e” that found it’s way into the paragraph. Great job!

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  3. Come and suffer, Colleen…. I think it would take forever… It reminds me of MISERY where the character’s keys in the typewriter keep coming off and he has to write with fewer and fewer letters. Surely the paragraph could be much shorter.

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