100 Word Monday Challenge #1 – Isolation

Hi! It’s Monday and we’re going to have our new, 100 words challenge. In one hundred words, no more, no less, we want you to write a short story or poem on Isolation. It could be an empty street or an abandoned shop or anything else on the topic of Isolation. Remember to use no more, no less than one hundred words, have fun and the winner with the best work will be revealed next Monday!

Where do I submit my work?

Type in your work in our new Penable Writing Club:


Title it Isolation and link this post. Then hand in your work by sending us a link to your submission on your blog, or just type it up and click send! Easy!

Don’t hesitate to ask any questions and happy writing to all!

Published by H.R Phoenix, Author

H.R Phoenix is the creator of Penable. She likes to inspire people to write and is an author, editor, proofreader and illustrator. She is currently working on her mystery/thriller debut novel. When she's not working on a short story or writing awesome Penable Posts, she enjoys spending time painting, reading or hanging out with her two cute kittens...

26 thoughts on “100 Word Monday Challenge #1 – Isolation

  1. 😏I bet you will, your site is amazing (please don’t say mine is more amazing than yours), I love it and you are really kind 💛 and caring! I hope you do well in whatever you do 💕 and I will be here for you to help 💞


  2. “Your site is amazing than mine”
    Gotta confront the truth!!!
    And I am just a beginner here. And experience matters.
    And it’s lovely to have a friend like you with me!!
    I will support you too!!! Just look beside you when you need it!

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  3. Okay sooo…I know I’m super late but since it’s still Sunday I think I’ve made the deadline…barely but still…sooo here’s my extract which I spend too long writing and am still unsure if it’s good enough or not…the word limit was hard to keep and I had so much fun writing…thanks for the challenge my friend❤️❤️❤️ It was totally worth it…

    “The tunnel seemed dark and dull. As you walked alongside the stone pavement, the clicking sounds of your shoes created a slight echo. Sound of your footsteps moving forward was the only thing that dictated your existence in this tunnel. With no source of light, no source of darkness, and no sources of life. It just went on and on. Though you aren’t walking alone, the tunnel is walking with you. It’s showing you it’s long existence, and showing you it has nothing in it. Empty sources of existence. Sooner or later both will end and die. Leaving behind nothing.”

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