Posted by: victanguera | November 6, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday #7

Okay, here are today’s six sentences for Six Sentence Sunday.

They didn’t call them rock-men for nothing. Enraged, he crushed me to his chest in a cold embrace. This close, he smelled like a combination of rancid, wet mud, mouldy earth, and decaying plant matter. Repulsed, I stopped breathing before the stench could knock me out.

I glimpsed rotting leaves tangled up in his concrete coloured hair, ratty and torn pants, and a checked jacket that would make a lumberjack proud. And a gleaming axe hanging from a tooled leather belt.

Because I’m doing NaNo this month, chances are fairly high that I won’t be able to read many of the other entries, so I apologize in advance for that. Once again, thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment.

 

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Responses

  1. Hey Linda! Love the six! It’s great reading you, my friend! Hope you have a fantastic Sunday!

  2. Very descriptive six! 🙂

  3. A great descriptive piece! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Excellent description. Well done!

  5. The tooled leather belt is interesting … an unexpected detail that piques my interest. There’s more to this guy than meets the eye (and nose).

    • Eeee, you noticed that little detail! More shall be revealed, but yes, our troll has some unexpected depths waiting for us.


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