The Prophecy

The oracle told me my name would be remembered for eons, my deeds recorded in history.  Her last words were; ‘Break a leg.’

Guess which part of her prophecy came to pass.

This is for Trifecta.  The challenge is simple: use an idiom in a story comprising a maximum of 33 words.

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30 comments on “The Prophecy

  1. tedstrutz says:

    Hmmm… Break a leg?

  2. lumdog says:

    I think Ted got it! Nice entry!

  3. jannatwrites says:

    Love the humor of this! I’ll go with Ted’s guess 🙂

  4. Suzanne says:

    Love this! Great job with the prompt!

  5. Kir Piccini says:

    OUCH, pass the painkillers. 🙂
    the oracle could still be right!!!

  6. barbara says:

    watch that first step
    🙂

  7. 😦 Surely your pullin’ my leg? 😉

  8. Draug419 says:

    Ooh ooh I think I know! (:

  9. 😉 well an Oracle is always right

  10. vivinfrance says:

    Break a leg is a theatrical superstitious term. It is unlucky to wish an actor luck when they are about to go on stage and break a leg is an acceptable alternative, goodness knows why.

  11. ann bennett says:

    I see you believing in tempting fate.

  12. I like the twist, very funny, 🙂

  13. atrm61 says:

    Ha!ha!Good one Sandra:-)

  14. kymminbarcelona says:

    lol You were probably wearing yellow!

  15. Oooh, so cynical! I love it. Well done!

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