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Wrapped in a mystery

‘… a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma…’

Don’t take what she says personally. She’s like that with everyone, you never know what she’s really thinking. She’s an enigma.

Pfft! She’s knows exactly what she’s doing. Besides, ‘enigma’ has one too many letters for what she is.

Rule of thirds

Trifecta, a weekly one-word prompt, challenges writers to use that word in its third definition form, using no less than 33 words or no more than 333. The week’s prompt is: Enigma [noun \i-ˈnig-mə, e-\] 3: an inscrutable or mysterious person

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  1. OH Tara, I love that…short and right to the point of that girl. I don’t think I’d ever enjoy being called an enigma..;)

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  2. Ha! I love how this cuts through the romanticism surrounding the concept of the “enigma” to bring it right back down to earth. And the last sentence is perfect.

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