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A familiar item found around the world and throughout time– a bucket of water. And just as common — a Harry Belefonte song, Hole in the Bucket.
No matter how familiar, creative writers can shape the ordinary into remarkable stories.
The following are based on the March 21, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that features a bucket of water.
PART I (10-minute read)
Note to the Netherworld by Violet Lentz
When I abandoned all aspects of self, and melted into you, I thought, how can I lose you, if there is no distinction between where you end, and I begin?
So when I lost you, still impervious to the fact that I was ever a whole person without you, I built a life on the foundation of your loss.
Recently I remembered, I once had a bucket list all my own. I checked…
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