Challenges

50 Precious Words: Kitten to Owl

It’s officially time for Vivian Kirkfield’s 50 Precious Words contest, in which kidlit writers try to compose a complete story (beginning, middle, and end) 50 words or less in length. This is, in my opinion, the most challenging of the blog-based writing contests I know, because of the brevity. Here’s my entry! This year, I’ve gone for humor.

Kitten to Owl

“Today I’ll be an owl,” said Kitten. He climbed a tree and perched on a branch.

“Hoo! Hoo!” He hooted. But it sounded more like “Mew! Mew!”

Passersby panicked. “Help! There’s a kitten stuck in a tree!”

The fire department rescued him.

“Tomorrow I’ll be an ostrich instead,” he decided.

an owl perched on a tree stump, depicting what kitten is pretending to be
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

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