Chain (5-Minute Freewrite Challenge)


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Good day freewriters! This is my freewrite entry for the prompt "chain". This 5-Minute Freewrite Challenge is an initiative by @mariannewest. You can participate by checking her profile for the daily prompt, as well as @freewritehouse.


Rose is so mad as she arrived in her workplace. There's a certain man who accidentally spilled coffee on her causing her clothes looked messy. When she went to the restroom, her close friend and workmate, Marianne saw the mess and helped her to clean up, and lent her some clothes to wear.

Marianne went to her workstation, and she received a call from her mom, Nelly, asking where's the key of her car. She responded where she put it, and went back to her work. While Nelly, left home and went to the supermarket. There she saw her friend, Jane, while buying their needs. After a short talk, Jane went to the cashier to pay everything she bought.

Jane brought her groceries to the car, and called her husband, Marcus, to be early for dinner. After the call, a possible client, James, went inside his office. The secretary bought some coffee for the two, and discussed about their respective businesses, and partnership.

James is sipping on his coffee, and stood up from his chair until someone went inside the office, and spilled the coffee on the woman. That woman is Rose. James is the man who spilled coffee on her that same day. Isn't their lives connected like a chain? Yes, we are also connected as we live in this small world.


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This is entry for the freewrite prompt "chain" which was written through the site squibler.io.

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you have great skills of writing, and you can be good story writer, awesome if you wrote these line just in few mints

Thanks for the compliment. Actually, before writing, I should have already an idea about the story but I have to keep it short.