Category Archives: Writing

Twittering Tale #54

Kat’s challenge is to write a story with 140 characters or less using the above photo prompt. My first attempt at this challenge.  The image inspired me to make an attempt.   You told me to run for the old cabin. … Continue reading

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Three Line Tales: Week #72

(Photo by Joel Filipe)   I fell into the dark waters…or was I pushed. All I remember is the jelly fish surrounding my body and telling me to go up. I should have listened.   Sonya’s Challenge

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Three Line Tales, Week #44

  Cookie Trail   With trembling hands, I slowly opened the blood-stained envelope. Inside I found the multi-colored, macaroon photo that I had taken a few weeks ago to celebrate my culinary, baking skills and on the back, Stanley had … Continue reading

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Three Line Tales, Week #29

(photo by Breno Machado) She ran from the most sizzling, electrifying, deepest possible engagement with life. Too many disappointments haunted her soul; a return to those deceiving emotions was unfathomable. Distance and time provided a safe haven. Thanks Sonya.

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Travel Theme: Writing

I thought this was such a unique way to celebrate food and drink by having fun with words and images. Writing and words can be sensory delights! “The menu is not the meal.” ― Alan W. Watts Words and writing … Continue reading

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Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt-The Tower: #write photo

All my surroundings seemed eerily quiet as I laid low in the bushes, close to the ominous tower of my captivity. Darkness was descending and it would be time to make my escape. The sudden scream of a hawk made … Continue reading

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TLT: Week #11-Prisoner

  Sensation began to infuse her numb body and suddenly Deidra’s eyes popped open in terror. One thought repeated in her confused mind, “Where am I?” As she critically scanned her shadowed surroundings, Deidra eyed the rustic piano and instantly … Continue reading

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