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2021-Micro-02 - "Doors"

Our first Micro Fiction contest was a huge success!  We all discovered how amazing stories can be when they are limited to 100 words or less. Somehow the word limitation seemed to increase everyone’s creativity!
Our second Micro Fiction prompt is “Doors”.  The picture we’ve chosen to represent this prompt is most intriguing, with its dramatic colors and implied mystery.  Your story does not have to be about this particular door, but can be about any door, or even just the concept of door! 
When you consider your own imagined door, you might ask questions: What stories lie behind my door?  Where did it come from? Where does it lead?   Is it a way out, or a way in?  To the fertile writer’s mind, there are infinite possibilities on the other side of every door.
We invite you to enter a story with 100 words or less inspired by our “Doors” prompt. We look forward to all your exciting, unique ideas!
Good luck!

Double-check your story against the rules below, and make all corrections BEFORE you submit!  Multiple entries of the same story will be disqualified.

Ensure your submission follows these rules:
  • Correct length (100 words or less)
  • Correct spelling and grammar
  • Family-friendly content
Be sure to include some reference to Door or Doors
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Susan Dawson
Susan Dawson(@susan-dawson)
1 year ago

An intriguing photo prompt this time after a more general theme of Gold. How interesting to have different kinds of prompts for stories – Haikus, themes, flowers, photo scenarios!

Santina Forlenza
Santina Forlenza(@santina-forlenza)
Reply to  Susan Dawson
1 year ago

Looking forward to reading the stories behind the Door. To find out from where the reddish light comes. Exciting!

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Carrie OLeary
Carrie OLeary(@carrie-oleary)
1 year ago

Great prompt. I love doors. You never know quite where they will take you ?

Linda Rock
Linda Rock(@linda-rock)
1 year ago

I agree with Carrie. My imagination is now in overdrive!

Christer Norrlof
Christer Norrlof(@christer-norrlof)
1 year ago

“Doors” is a great idea. Doors can close as well as open. They can protect or shut out. They can be a way out or in. We all use doors mentally and physically. Thanks for the challenge.

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Carrie OLeary
Carrie OLeary(@carrie-oleary)
1 year ago

If anyone else is having problem loading the PicResize.com website, this one seems to work okay too:

https://resizeimage.net

Eric Radcliffe
Eric Radcliffe(@eric-radcliffe)
1 year ago

It is nice to hear and read what the Voice club is thinking. Even though you are faceless, we see you in the ethos of the Voice club. I hope you understand what I am trying to say. I also know that everyone who writes here understands the amazing quality of the team who works so hard to keep this site up and running. (I hope this doesn’t sound like an after dinner speech – ha, ha) Thank You All.

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