The word that you have to include in this prompt is "middle"
equally distant from the extremes or outer limits; central:
You never are the middle. You are in the middle. Why? The middle is a place. You can't be the middle. It sounds like you are giving yourself a title.
Rules - (if you want to call them that)
Make the piece shorter than 1000 words.
It could be fiction or non-fiction.
You have to refer to the given word somehow in your piece.
Synonyms to this word - (in case you don't want to write about this one)
Here are some suggestions for you to get going - (or that you can completely ignore)
Be in the middle of it all. (You should probably decide what "it" is before)
Talk about being the middle child. (This is for the middle child's out there)
Skip this word, because you don't deal with words that are found in the half of something. You are either on one side or the other.
What I would write with this prompt - (that would probably be wrong)
Isn't there that Bob Dylan song about being in the middle of something? I'd reference that in my piece. Although, now that I think about it, that song sounds like Bob Dylan, but isn't actually him. Hey, it still has the word middle in it.
MIDDLE is your one word for today's prompt.
Be in the middle of it, a middle child, or a songwriter. Whatever you do, get to the end of this prompt. Ending in the middle of this doesn't help you.
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Greg Luti is an editor, and blogger on pensandwords.com. He is the middle child of a middle man who is in the middle of his life. He gets up to go to the bathroom in the middle of a movie. And he hangs up in the middle of a conversation. He is known to give the middle finger every so often.
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