Blurry images making me blind Still, it beacons hope that once left me behind Finding my soul, declutters my mind.
I’ve missed two Three Line Tales week, I feel sorry about it. And I’d hate myself more if I skip this chance to write something out of this fascinating photo prompt. Looking at it makes me feel a bit dizzy. Yet, I can’t help but tell a brief tale that came rushing through my head. My fingers can’t even keep up with my mind while typing at my keyboard. What a muse!
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She, who’s afraid of heights Boarded a plane for the first time Looking forward, never turning around
Greetings! I almost missed writing a Three-liner. So here’s my take for this week’s challenge. You may also want to join fellow bloggers and indulge yourself in reading and writing a brief and interesting tale out of fascinating photo prompts provided by Sonyaof Only 100 Words. For instructions, kindly click here.
Polyamory’s been his way Until he met a woman with iron-will Who stole his heart and hold it dear
Hello, people! Here’s my entry for this week’s Three-lining activity. This sure is a challenging and yet inspiring photo prompt. I decided to stretch my mind a little bit to come up with an interesting tale, I hope it worked. For instructions, please click here.
Looking up, reaching out Chasing rays of the sun Obstacles let’s withstand
Catching up writing a Three Liner has never been this intense and mind blowing, not to mention looking at this intriguing photo prompt. Thank’s to Sonya of Only 100 Words for coming up with this wonderful weekly activity. You may want to join us, let’s have some fun. For instructions, kindly click here.
A heart of gold or a heart of stone? Crossroads ahead, confused where to turn Wisdom in each journey, one must absorb.
Cheers to another opportunity to take part in this wonderful mental exercise and poetry challenge called Three Line Tales. I’m glad my hands were able to keep up with my mind while writing my entry for this intriguing photo prompt. For instructions, kindly click here. It would be more fun to read more entries.
He added color to my world that’s gray Right then and there, I live my life his way Can’t even move unless I hear him say…
I’m glad I was able to partake in this week’s Three Line Tales! I could never forgive myself if I miss doing it this time. This would always be a great mental exercise, and the joy of reading other’s entries really makes my day. Amazing!
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Every fiber of my being Loathing written in my skin Deep hatred buried within
Gotcha! It’s been a while since I did a Three-liner, and I more than miss it. I’m back and I am glad. Here’s hoping I would receive the same appreciation I got when I first joined this weekly blogging event hosted by a wonderful blogger, Sonya of Only 100 Words. For instructions, kindly click here. This is indeed an amazing mental exercise.