Transition of Thoughts

Weaving thoughts into words

Category: Write Photo

Crescent

Crescent

It was as if by

design that at the stroke of

dawn, the moon was out

 

The ferocity

of sun makes you think the moon

is just surviving

 

Lunar eclipse is

the chance to deterge sins just

like solar eclipse

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Homeless

Homeless

The floods played their part

rendering him homeless

in this quaint town

 

While he had been

given aid, the amount had

been contentious

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Homeless, Fandango One Word Challenge: Contentious, Your Daily Word Prompt: Amount and Sue Vincent’s Prompt: Fantasy

Sunrise

Sunrise

Being the intrepid

person she was, she made sure

to climb to the top.

The sunrise there was

breathtaking and had in it

to mesmerize all.

He had this dogma

that watching the sunrise would

be good for his happiness.

Sunrise

Linking to Tale Weaver #286: Sunrise, Sue Vincent’s Prompt, Fandango One Word Challenge: Dogma and Your Daily Word Prompt: Intrepid

55 word fiction: The walk

55 word fiction: The walk

He shriveled at the thought of hearing her voice in his head. After her death, life had acquired a new meaning for him. In order to get rid of all the noxious thoughts, he decided to walk across the country in her memory to raise funds for the underprivileged wearing the shirt she gifted him.

Linking to Sue Vincent’s PromptRagtag Daily Prompt: Shrivel, Fandango One Word Challenge: Acquire, Your Daily Word Prompt: Noxious and Tale Weaver #283: Shirt

Ten Word Story: Waterfall

 

Ten Word Story: Waterfall

He lay there with eyes

closed hearing the waterfall’s music.

Linking to Sue Vincent’s Write Photo prompt

55 word fiction: Nightmare

55 word fiction: Nightmare

It neither looked human like nor anything like she had seen before. She began running as fast as she could. But it ran faster and faster. Just as she thought that this was the end, a group of men with flaming torches came running towards the monster. And then, she woke up with a start.

Linking to Sue Vincent’s Write Photo prompt

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