Friday, July 19, 2013

Sploosh!

Arana leaped, pirouetting once before disappearing beneath the surface, the only evidence of her dive, a single ring in the water.  Swimming to the lily pad, Izaba ribbited from the aquatic stage, "Bravo!"


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Linking up with Trifextra:  the words water, ring and stage plus 30 of my own.  For fun, zaba is Polish for frog, while the Spanish word for my amphibious heroine is rana.




12 comments:

  1. I LOVE their names. Seriously awesome. Even if they are a bunch of show offs!

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  2. I love you words...so fluid and splooshy :)

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  3. The frogs make it look so easy, just like your post!

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  4. This is so cute! A very fun read. :)

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  5. The frogs can show those Olympics divers how it's done.

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  6. Sweet.. and intelligent writing.

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  7. great start to a kid's story? :) Love it.

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  8. This is cute ... Well done :)

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  9. Oooo! A language lesson! Thanks for linking up with this fun post.

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  10. I agree with Barbara's comment....this could be a great start of a children's tale. And, by the way, pirouetting frogs are most amazing sights to see ;)

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