Control, Alt, Delete

Tap-tap, pause.

Click-clicking of nails on plastic.

Tap-tap, stop.

Silence.

Sigh.

Hum; wheels rolling on floor.

Shrill whistle of a kettle.

Clink-clank; metal against glass.

One loud tap; three keys at once.

Silence.

Tap-tapping; fast.

Non-stop.

It is Trifextra time again.  The theme this weekend is “A New Beginning”.  I hope I did not go too far out with this one!

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31 comments on “Control, Alt, Delete

  1. deanabo says:

    Ahh… The thrill of writing. Well done.

  2. barbara says:

    🙂 tickety tickety tickety . . . . music to my ears. 🙂

  3. Christine says:

    Heh. A reflection of how we all feel, I’m sure!

  4. jannatwrites says:

    It’s great, once the writing flows (got to have a beginning before you get the middle and end :))

    • Sandra says:

      The key phrase in your comment is, “once the writing flows”. Sometimes it just comes, sometimes it takes ages to form a single sentence – but the satisfaction once your fingers start moving is a true rush!

  5. atrm61 says:

    What a novel idea-to write about the “process” of writing:-)

  6. Mirela says:

    Genious, I love this sort of texts that provide more than just visual stimuli. You should win!

  7. Draug419 says:

    Love this so much! The onomatopoeia of writing lol

    • Sandra says:

      I considered entering a tirade of curse words that come to me when the words don’t, but then that would have removed from the flow of the piece. Lol.

  8. Love what you’ve done with the prompt – very clever and really well written! I can definitely relate!

  9. kymminbarcelona says:

    What did you put in that tea, girl?!

  10. So familiar to a writer.Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  11. dk says:

    Trip, trip, tripping along. Very stimulating.

  12. Love the musical quality. And so easily relatable to us – nice job!

  13. Stacie says:

    Such an auditory piece! Great take on the prompt.

  14. I adore this take on the prompt!

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