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Patricia has give us this Image by alexis parra from Pixabay for our inspiration this week: The challenge: Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less Use the picture and/or the word spy as inspiration Link back to Patricia’s post here If you are on … Continue reading
Thanks to Patricia for hosting the In Other Words challenge. Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less Use the picture and/or the word aflame as inspiration https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/10919228/posts/2401194180 Image by Gloria Williams from Pixabay You are my heart’s desire, You fill me with wanton … Continue reading
This week’s hilarious image is by misterfarmer from Pixabay Our challenge is to write up to five lines of prose or poetry using the word WAITING and/or the photoprompt. Three sheep were eagerly waiting For the bus outside of their … Continue reading
The Challenge Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less Use the picture and/or the word topsy-turvey as inspiration Image by Garak01 from Pixabay Young Jamie had just the right names for them. ‘Topsy and Turvey,’ he proudly announced. ‘How … Continue reading
Patricia asks us to write a post of five lines or less using the picture and/or word Carousel for inspiration. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/10919228/posts/2362459558 Image by skeeze from Pixabay Always moving, but going nowhere Never turning, seeing only ahead Oh the dream of being unshackled and … Continue reading
Our challenge: Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less Use the picture and/or the word improvise as inspiration Link back to Patricia’s pos here Kitchenituspilferous is another word for improvise. How many knives, spoons, scissors have found their way into Hubby’s tool … Continue reading