“It’s Not My Story” for Crimson Creative Challenge CCC#29 – May 30, 2019

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Crimson Creative Challenge #29 May 30, 2019

Another story in the continuing adventures of Nancy and Joan or Joan and Nancy. Hmm…… All written from photos, or prompts from photos taken by Crispina Kemp (Crimson Creative.) I think that’s it. 🙂



“Really Joan, come over here. Stand by this window.”

“I thought we were going to brunch.”

“I have a story.”

“Oh. Good. The sooner the better.”

“No! I mean it’s a really good one!”

“If you must.”

“I must.”

“O.K. but make it short.”

“How did you know?”

“Know what?”

“What happened.”

“Now I am puzzled.”

“The point is apparently this knight’s life got cut short.”

 “HA HA HA!”



“What’s so funny?”



“All knight’s had short lives.”

“They did?”

“Yes my dear Nancy. Terribly unfortunate.”

“Oh? Then what about all that armor?”



“This isn’t my story.”

©J.E.Goldie May 30, 2019 

the end almost

“Nancy I told you it wasn’t the end. YET.” 

“You kill me Joan.”

“I might”








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Jen Goldie

"Life is made up of small comings and goings and for everything we take with us, we leave a part of ourselves behind" - Summer of 42

6 thoughts on ““It’s Not My Story” for Crimson Creative Challenge CCC#29 – May 30, 2019”

  1. LOL It’s all in the interpretation. Apparently the photo does have an historic reference to a Knight. CrimsonProse prompts usually have a story behind them. But most do I guess 🙂


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