Sample High Intensity Sentence

      1. Every summer Lilly and John spent their days up by the lake, where they picked crab apples from the tree and skipped them across the water.
      2. Every summer John and Lilly spent their days up by the lake, where they loved to pick crab apples from the old tree and skipped them across the water.
      3. Every summer John and his sister Lilly spent their days up by the lake, where they picked crab apples from the tree and skipped them across the water.
      4. Every summer Lilly and her brother John spent their days up by the lake, where they picked crab apples from the tree and skipped them across the water.
      5. John and Lilly spent their summer days up by the lake, where they picked crab apples from the tree and skipped them across the water.
      6. Lilly and John spent their summer days up by the lake, where they picked crab apples from the tree and skipped them across the water.
      7. During the hazy summer days John and Lilly would walk up to the lake, where they picked crab apples from the tree and skipped them across the water.
      8. John remembered those summer days with Lilly. They used to walk up to the lake, where they picked crab apples from the tree and skipped them across the water.
      9. Lilly remembered how she and her brother used to take summer walks up to the lake, where they picked crab apples from the tree and skipped them across the water.
      10. One of Lilly’s favorite summer memories was walking up to the old tree by the lake. She and John would pick crab apple sand skip them across the water.
      11. John and Lilly used to skip crab apple across the lake during those long summer days.
      12. John and Lilly whiled away their days up by the lake, picking crab apples from the tree and skimming them across the lake.
      13. John used to love to skip crab apple across the lake with his sister.
      14. Lilly loved to skip crab apple across the lake with John. It’s how they spent nearly every day during those long summers.
      15. Every summer John and Lilly spent their days skipping crab apple across the lake.
      16. Every summer Lilly and John walked up to the lake and picked crab apples.
      17. Every summer John and Lilly spent their days up by the lake.
      18. John and Lilly walked up to the lake nearly every day during those summers.
      19. Every day Lilly dragged John up to the lake, where they picked crab apples and threw them into the lake.
      20. John and Lilly spent their summer days seeing who could skip crab apples further across the lake near their house.
      21. There was a small lake with a crabapple tree near John and Lilly’s house. They spent many a summer day by that lake.
      22. Lilly remembered so many summer days with John under the shade of the old crabapple tree.
      23. John remembered those warm summer days near the lake with his sister.
      24. John remembered those warm summer days near the lake with Lilly.
      25. Lilly remembered the lake. And the crab apples. And the feel of the warm sun on her face.
      26. Years later, Lilly still remembered the cold spray of lake water on her face from unsuccessful attempts to skip crab apples across the water.
      27. Lilly’s favorite summer game was to drag John up to the lake by their house and skip crab apples across the surface.
      28. Lilly’s favorite summer game was to drag John up to the lake and skip crab apples across the water.
      29. Lilly’s favorite way to pass the long summer days was to drag John up to the lake and see who could skip crab apples further across the lake.
      30. Every summer John and Lilly headed up to the old tree by the lake, to pick crabapple and skip them across the water.
      31. There was an old crabapple tree by Lilly’s house. She spent her summer days with her brother by that tree, picking them and seeing who could skip them further across the water.
      32. There was an old crabapple tree near their house. They tasted terrible, but they had great fun picking them and skipping them across the lake.
      33. Lilly had a million memories of that old crabapple tree near the lake by their house.
      34. Even now, Lilly could remember the scent of crab apples as they were picked fresh from the tree.
      35. Summer days for John and Lilly meant the splash of crab apples into the lake near their house.
      36. John and Lilly used to walk up to the lake during the summer to pick crab apples.
      37. Lilly and John used to walk up to the lake during summer to pick crab apples.
      38. John and Lilly spent their summer days by the lake near their house.
      39. John and Lilly spent their summer days lounging by the lake near their house.
      40. The lake near the house where John spent his summer was too cold to swim in. But he passed many long, hot days with his sister, picking crab apples and skipping them across the surface of the water.
      41. John and Lilly would sit with their toes dangling into the lake while they tried to skip crab apples across the water.
      42. One of John and Lilly’s favorite games was to pick crab apples from the old tree and skip them across the lake.
      43. During the summer days, John and Lilly would walk up to the lake and pick crab apples from the tree. John tried to skip them across the lake, and Lilly mostly threw them at her brother to disturb his concentration.
      44. The lake by the house held many memories for John, of summer days spent with Lilly.
      45. The lake by the house held many memories for John, of summer days spent with his sister.
      46. John and Lilly spent their days throwing crab apples into the lake. Lilly asked John if the lake would fill up with crab apples, and John just laughed.
      47. “Is it going to fill up?” Lilly asked John one day as they sat by the lake.
        “Fill up?”
        “You know. With crab apples.” She smiled another one of the hard green fruits across the water.
        John burst into laughter.
        “What?” Lilly said. “Why are you laughing?”
      48. Lilly remembered that lake near her childhood home, and how her brother told her that if they threw enough crab apples into the lake it would fill up and they could walk across to the other side. She smiled at how long she believed that.
      49. Lilly and John spent their summer days near the lake with the old crabapple tree. They would dangle their toes in the water and skip the tiny sour fruits across the lake. So many times they would get hungry and eat them even though they tasted dreadful, and their mother would wonder why they always seemed to have a stomach ache.
      50. Lilly’s stomach ached in delightful memory when she thought about those summer days with John, skipping crabapple across the lake and occasionally eating the sour things.

 

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About Jesse LaJeunesse

I am a writer, a burnt-out chef, a roleplayer, and a proponent of lateral evolution. No, I don't know what that means.

Posted on May 16, 2015, in Writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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