This weekend's Trifecta Challenge sounded like a real hoot, so I gave it a go.
Here are the parameters, the "prompt" -- followed by my submission:
This weekend, we return to the 33-word prompt, but this time, a 33-word prompt with a twist. Your task, should you choose to accept, is to take a scene that involves (or affects) at least three people. You should then write this scene from the point of view of three of the characters, using 33 words for each character. So for example, if your story involves a mother, a father and a young boy, you will tell the story first from the point of view of the mother (in 33 words), then the same story from the point of view of the father (in 33 words) and finally, from the point of view of the boy (also in 33 words).
*****Ladybug on the Titanic
"I shall never forget you, Little Ladybug. May the Lord guide you in your new life." Tears fell silently on the Southampton dock as Mary waved toward the beloved red capped child onboard.
The young girl was confused. Everyone else had been so happy about her leaving for America. She hugged her doll and looked up, feeling the reassuring touch of a hand upon her shoulder.
"Come now, Love. Let us find our cabin." As they turned and walked away, Miss Parsons said to herself, "Mary, nothing on earth shall prevent me from keeping your daughter from harm's way."