This week’s 100 Word Challenge asked us to do something with the alphabet. After some thinking, I challenged myself to write my 100 words in alphabetical order. Here is the result:
All around Amsterdam artists bumbled, bringing beautiful, Begonias, Chrysanthemums, Carnations, cherished completely, down dappled driveways. Decorating every entrance equally enthusiastically, flowers fountained fragrantly, filling gateways, garages, gutters. Glorious, heavenly Hyacinths harvested happily in islands in inland India jostled jauntily, jarring juicily. Korean Kingcups kissed Kenyan lilacs, lounged listlessly lengthwise making mouthwatering muskiness. Men nodded, never noticing Nicotiana over openings, only old people paused, pressed petals, quietly quizzing, quaintly rubbing red roses, rigorously smelling succulent scents. Soon sultry summer temperatures tumble, taking the uplifting, unique, unusual, ushering vapid, vacant, verges with wild windy weather. Winter xeranthemum, yesterday’s yellowing yarrow, Zinnias zapped.