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Today’s Writing Prompt: A Supernatural Dialogue
Today, write a dialogue that is happening between two supernatural beings. If vampires and werewolves and the like don’t interest you, then write a dialogue between an angel and a demon or a dialogue you might have with someone who is currently deceased (a ghost), etc. Use your imagination.
My Completed Version of Today’s Writing Prompt
A Supernatural Dialogue, by K.E. Creighton
ANGEL: You can’t come back today. He’s in a mood.
FALLEN ANGEL: Maybe tomorrow, then? I don’t want to miss the feast and ceremony.
ANGEL: Maybe. But he seems pretty angry this time. Much angrier than when he directs his wrath at fallen angels. More ice than fire.
FALLEN ANGEL: Come on. All I did was suggest something that the mortal man should do. A little whisper in his ear. I can’t actually be blamed for the meat sacks’ act of free will, can I?
ANGEL: You can because of who the mortal man is. He has been chosen.
FALLEN ANGEL: Gee, thanks for the memo. Chosen for what?
ANGEL: Hey, you should be up here instead of down there playing games and not contributing. Then you would know these things. As for the mortal… you’ll see what he’ll do soon enough.
FALLEN ANGEL: Or not. What use is it all if free will isn’t really free?
[All Rights Reserved by K.E. Creighton and Creighton’s Compositions LLC. The above work is a piece of fiction. All names and locations referred to are the product of the author’s imagination and are used entirely for fictional purposes. Any similarities to real-life persons or places are purely coincidental.]
Notes on Completing this Writing Prompt
I couldn’t stop thinking of the show Lucifer as I was completing this prompt. Watching that show might give you some ideas for this writing prompt, as well as other shows like Supernatural or The Vampire Diaries, etc.
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