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Opening Lines by Stoney deGeyter

Writer’s Digest magazine regularly challenges readers to write the opening line of a story based on a visual prompt they provide. Below are the prompts and my entries. Which one do you like best? 


Challenge #110 

After hearing about all the things that are “better than sex,” Jasmine made the mistake of trying them all at once.


Challenge #108 

In a world within worlds, Infinity contemplates the poignant beauty of monotonous redundancy.


Challenge #104 

My memory was fuzzy, but a little nudge was all it took for the ramifications of last night’s raucous party to become clear.

Mary Poppins

Challenge #100

Having retired into obscurity, enjoying the quiet dignity of old age, Mary Poppins was determined to end the way she began: With a grand spectacle.