Every Thursday, Sue Vincent gives us one of her photos for a writing challenge.
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For visually challenged writers, the image shows a ray of light piercing the heavy clouds above a silky body of water bordered by dark hills.
‘I tell you, He will not be impressed! It’s all your fault, you let it out’.
‘It was an accident! I was reaching for my coffee and knocked it over. It’s YOUR fault as you’d left a gap!’
‘That’s right! Blame me for your careless clumsiness. The matter in hand is how are we going to get it back?’
‘Actually, I have a plan, but need your help.’
‘OK, what do I do?’
High in the heavens, two angels got together and worked their magic.
Using the gap in the clouds created by one, the other conversed with the Sun and asked to borrow one of his rays.
Using that, they probed an area of unpopulated landscape and extracted all the colour up into the skies.
‘Don’t worry, when Spring eventually shows her face, all will be restored and none will be the wiser. In the meantime, I can produce the Rainbow potion to Himself when it takes his fancy to send his playful deluges, as he calls them, to earth.’