1. Work each sentence. Take the last word of the sentence and route it into the first or one of the first words of the next sentence. All the way through.
  1. Rock alliteration. Use some powerhouse letters ‘P, T, C, K, D, L, G to begin and end the sentences.
  1. Verbs become nouns. Adverbs slink into adjectives. Words necklacing each other are not as you expected. Though, when read, the sentences come to an interesting conclusion.
  1. Roadtrip through an emotion. Do not state the emotion. Let each sentence ride its own bus.
  1. “She listened with one eye.” Use this as a first sentence. Or come up with your own mix of the senses and how we usually use them. Go at it.