Allergic to E Challenge

So, this wonderful (former) friend of mine, Kate, decided to hit me up with a challenge. While this is perfect, because I had nothing planned for today, it also squeezed at my brain. The Allergic to E challenge pits a writer to construct a paragraph (4 to 6 sentences) without using the letter “E”. Sounds easy? Not for this cat. I gave it my best shot at making sense, you can read it below.

Now, the fun part… passing the torture onward.

Hit List:

THE Shannon

Zach Chop

Jackie S.

Nina

Lizzy from across the pond

My Attempt:

Alas, as I was diving into a thought, I lost my way. All along, my mind had a plan to finish a whimsical parody of words and actions. A wind winds its way up past my body and with it, my thoughts stop. A storm is coming and with it, rain. Rains that will wash away clouds in my imagination and allow my originality to dock again, thankfully, as if it was a long trip’s arrival back in town.


If anyone else feels like giving the challenge a go (or my nominees don’t feel like doing a full blog post), feel free to try posting your comments without using the letter E! Good luck!

5 thoughts on “Allergic to E Challenge

  1. Pingback: The Allergic To E Challenge | mylittlebookblog

  2. Jonas,
    You sly cat you. How you ask us to show our author limitations to you (and to a bookworm world.) Though I confront this as a fight with words—darling words—I must nod to you. Your paragraph is gnarly…no…outstanding…no…I cannot find a word without…you know… (And I can’t think of my last occasion I said gnarly.) Damn you. ❤
    ~SAT

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