I knew this was going to be an interesting week. I would save my laptop, because that is where I keep all of my writing. Nice use of the prompt! Kat
Our house burned down when I was three. I have often wondered what my parents would have rescued if they had a chance. Me? I agree with Kat. Grab that laptop and run!Good writing. Thanks..........cj
Very good!What a nightmare to have all your possessions distroyed in a fire.Best wishes,AnnaAnna's SC wk 29
I'd want to save my writings as well!
Amazing how many different takes there are on this prompt. Yours was seamless. It gives me an idea, I think I'll save all my posts in a journal. ~Ames
Interesting and wonderful way to go with the prompt. Good job.
Loving the variety this week! I would save my journals too, except I'd need a few boxes. I suppose I should gather them...
Powerful piece to read, especially for a bunch of writers.=)
so much lost in a fire,,,good to have sometging to keep
Quite an interesting and thought provoking take on the prompt. Well done.
oh my - that is love of poetry i'd say...
The hissing made me nervous last night while I was watching the new Harry Potter movie. Good job!
Saving memories....that's a good thing. Thanks for playing along with your great contribution to the Sunday 160.
Marvelous writing -- penned so well in an economy of words, with feeling and emotions of the poem still intact.smiles,joanny
Short and to the point. Well done.
Yes I would save my computer too!! So much of me is there...is that sad? lol
I'm not sure what the hissing sound would be but was Tom T urkee in a fire?
Interesting use of this silly prompt!I figured this would be a challenge!Thanks for linking. I always enjoy your unique viewpoint.