The Daily Prompt closed its doors and it was about time. The good, old fishing ground for new readers and followers, had been hanging on for too long. It had lost its brilliance a few years back and I wondered when it would give up -had expected it to happen much sooner. Continue reading
Photography Douglas M. MacIlroy
I didn’t like our neighbor, he frightened me.
“Get to know him,” my Grandmother had advised me and that’s why I was standing here and watched this cruel man holding a tiny bird. Continue reading
Photography by Liz Young
Marlene had searched for her mother’s grave for a very long time.
All those years she had wondered what she would feel, surprisingly she didn’t feel anything. Continue reading
Photography by J Hardy Carroll
Everywhere we look there are fences, telling us to stay away or at least so I thought until I met a little boy, who wasn’t allowed to come out. He was fenced in; his parents didn’t want him to play with us. Continue reading
Photo prompt Jennifer Pendergast
It’s the clock for all life here on earth; it shows us how much time we have left to make it right. Once the handle reaches 12 o’clock, it will be all over. Continue reading
Photo Prompt Rochelle Wisoff-Fields
I want to run, run in the sun and jump up high and land on a cloud. Continue reading
Photo Prompt Roger Bultot
WIDOW, she hates that word.
She is still married; the love didn’t stop just because a life did. Continue reading
A long time ago there was a great Shah. He ordered to build a beautiful palace which had many wonderful things in it. Among other curiosities in the palace, there was a hall, where all the walls, the ceiling, the door and even the floor were made of mirror. Continue reading
Now it’s just a peaceful place for anybody, who likes to rest under the willow tree.
Only the older ones still remember the day, when the water arrived.
“Some of them look different. The one on the left, it’s dark -brown or black; then there is one in the middle that seems to be two-colored.”
“What’s the big deal? They are all sheep, no matter how different they look.” Continue reading