Challenge 24: The story must involve a crossroad (literal or figurative) AND 'contain' the words North, South, East and West.
It must 'contain' the words? Hmm...
Another party of hikers passed the couple at the crossroads.
“No need, Minerva, I have a map and compass.”
“Okay, Jeff. So where are we?”
Well, obviously a compass will contain all the cardinal directions ;)“Okay, north is… Well, um, according to the map…” he looked up and pointed across the valley, “we’re on that mountain over there.”
World War III
June 3, 2010.Obviously, I am not Paul the Prognosticating Octopus, as June 3, 2010 came and passed a year after I wrote this (fortunately). But hey, I never claimed to be a cephalopod.
One nation, not under the UN, already divided, with liberty and justice for none.
North Korea stood alone against the might of South Korean, Western and Eastern civilization.
June 3, 2010.
A day to go down in world history – had the world not ceased to exist.
The CSC (A Post-War Story)
He scuttled through the house’s crevices turning north here, west there, staying inside the walls despite the lack of people.This story was written in response to the question of who wrote the previous one if the world ceased to exist.
Eventually he arrived at a crossroads: it was either south or east, he remembered.
Glancing at his written directions, he decided.
Ahh, there it was, the annual Cockroach Survival Conference.