“When spinning a steamy yarn, do not look to a fan base.”
Confucius, 500 B.C., on the golden rule of steamy yarn-spinning.
Each week Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about. This week photo is:
Yarnspinerr and the Limp Blades: A Steamy Mystery
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Vigilantly placing my yarn on the fan outside my apartment window one hot tropical day, I desired to spin quite the steamy yarn. One with intrigues and shadows, slithery female temptresses, and a humorous Watson-ian foil.
Instead, my blades fell; went limp, actually, I’m embarrassed to write. There they were, then weren’t. Slender threads of would be plot lines and metaphors lay dormant and spent on the ground beneath.
I will never spin another yarn again; spinning being for spiders and spinsters. Yarns, like children, should be scene, but not whirred.