Dear Readers, today marks the very last entry for the Trifecta Writing Challenge.
After years of dedicated service to so many of us writers, the editors have decided to close up shop and pursue new and exciting adventures.
I can honestly say, I’ve never had so much fun writing as I have writing for the wonderful and thoughtful writing challenges the editors at the Trifecta Writing Challenge set up for us each week.
It boggles my mind when I think of how much time and effort, thought and dedication they put into it. And I learned so much about how to write and met so many wonderful writers!
I appreciate all that they’ve done more than they’ll ever know. And so it is with a heavy heart that I write this final challenge.
Farewell to Thee My Beloved 3 3 3
Ah! Creative bliss!
Our weekly word bouquet
Where our words did pile up
In fabulous array!
But over now, just let me say
There’s really nothing worse
When pretty-little, piled-words
Must scatter and disperse
With much love and appreciation from just a few of those who would have never existed without you,
Deputy Darwood Blick
Strutner Von Puddlepants
The Knee Deepians
Layla Bernice Stub
Annamarie Anabella Dot
Chlorine Carmichael’s Mother
Turnelly’s Junkyard Hamster
The Angel Landsburyians
The Residents of Panhandler Pennsylvania
Rear Admiral Rasputin Riboflavin
Dr. Sarandon Rap
Pickles the Snake
King Tut’s Righ and left-hand man
Until next time . . . I love you