Here is another piece I wrote in answer to a challenge: write a short scene using only one adverb and one adjective. Tell me what you think!
See Spot run.
Tommy loathed the assignment. The class had to write a narrative containing one adjective and one adverb. How one accomplished the task, Tommy could not decide. Adjectives added color to life. Without adverbs there was no enthusiasm. That was what Tommy believed.
See Spot jump.
What could he inscribe? An account about a dog? A yarn about running? A fairy-tale to amuse children? He wrote dreams and desires. These day-dreams wove color and excitement. Hope was not a story with one adjective and one adverb.
See Spot leashed.
Mutiny rose in Tommy’s chest. The mission was a restriction of freedom. He would smother. His creativity would suffocate. But Tommy had an inspiration. He would tell a story about one adjective and one adverb. His chronicle would shine. He would shine.
Tommy began to write. His words streaked across the sheet. They left a trail of chaos, a wildly protesting legend of furious determination.
See Spot fly.