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This Week: Picture Prompt
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Aparna George, who blogs here.
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4 thoughts on “Wordy Wednesday #2- May 2015 #PicturePrompt”
I don’t usually write for prompts, but this quirky image has sort of opened a little stream. Since there aren’t enough lines to put on the blog, and I suck at micro-fiction, I’m going to just put it up here:
“They were all of different shapes and sizes – some small and cute, the others larger and rotund. But together, they were a formidable force. All eight of them stood in a straight line, like soldiers armed and ready for battle. But a trained eye would see them restlessly shuffling their feet. For beneath the firm exterior, they were a bundle squishy nerves. They had lined up and taken their positions, knowing very well the perils of the arduous journey ahead. But as Captain Tomatina had said during their training, it was their destiny.
As the dinner bell tolled, they rolled closer to each other. It was time. Soon they would all be separated – sliced, diced or pureed, depending on where their final resting place would be. And then, they would go to heaven, having fulfilled their purpose in this big, evil world.”
Thanks for the prompt, Aparna & Shailaja.
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Thanks Aparna George for the lovely picture prompt.
A Superb prompt 🙂 Thanks Aparna George .