This is one of my absolute favorite games to play, and I thought this would be a perfect place to start it. The rules are as follows:
The first person chooses three words, any three words they would like. The person who plays after creates a three sentence or three line poem/prose/whatever using the three words in any order they would like. The words must not change tense, so if the word "attics" is in the three words, you are not allowed to substitute "attic" for it instead. Three sentences/lines only, no more, no less. One word per sentence/line.
Afterward, the second person chooses three words for the next person to create from.
It is a fun, interesting little game to see what someone else comes up with from random thoughts. As an example, I will choose the first three words, write my own passage to it, and choose three words for the next person.
There's obviously no right or wrong, and I love seeing what people come up with since the words I choose often create a picture for me as well. Though this game is wonderful fun when touched with a bit of sexy fun, with it being public, the answers should remain PG-13. I hope you enjoy playing as much as I do!
Words: dancing, lathe, focused (The words can be verbs, nouns, adjectives, etc. of any tense. Choosing a wider array can make a more difficult challenge.)
I was so focused on the task at hand I barely looked up at the entrance of whirling music and tapping steps. My dancing sister twirled and sang, and I sighed in jealousy at the talent and beauty I would never have. Otherwise talented hands drew a steady stroke with my lathe against the wood, working itself into her rhythm with a curious ease and I smiled at delicate curls of wood swirled up, their color and shape almost matched the bounce of her long, blonde locks.
New words: stooped, elegant, corrosive