Versions of light.

Light conquers darkness, brightening everything.

What’s that in the corner, a shadow?.

Yes, a compromise to co-exist.

Sunset, Sky, Sun, Cloud, Twilight, Red
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Sky-blue and daylight, sky-glow and

nightlight, would that by serendipity we understand

that light eludes the grave. 


Written in response to TJ Paris haiku challenge – light.

Shadow dance

Shadows aren’t really the same as a person, are they?

Off course they aren’t, they are simply dark images cast by the exposing rays of the sun, not very important.

Sighing in relief, that’s very good mummy cos’ I think I just saw daddy and aunt Monica’s shadow kissing.

TLT week six - people at Tate Modern


 

Written in response to Sonya’s three line tale’s challenge.

Shadows

Keeping out the icy persona,

it let the light filter through risking

exposure of it’s darkest side.

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The shadow falls behind a

distorted self image reflecting the minds view

of fears and worries; disproportionate.


In response to TJ Paris haiku challenge – shadows.

Have an awesome Monday folks, don’t let the shadows scare you.

Perfect morning.

Oh wow! Such a beautiful, refreshing sight first thing on a soon to be hectic Saturday morning. This was turning out to be a perfect morning. Wait! where’s my camera? Can’t get to that right now, my phone, yes that should do.

Reaching into her pyjama pockets she pulls out an iPhone six taking extra effort to stay perfectly calm; wouldn’t want to startle the butterfly. She was so excited, been awhile she enjoyed such a sight. Camera focused, perfect view and …

“Mummy, I want juice.” called a high-pitched voice shattering the moment. Butterfly gone, hands shaking, camera focus offset, resultant image blurred.

There goes my hope of enjoying a few minutes by myself.

“Morning darling.”

Note to self: next time shut the garden door that way I can hear her coming.

It was still a perfect morning, not really how I imagined it.

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In response to the writing challenge flash fiction for aspiring writers hosted by Priceless Joy click on the link to visit the blog. The photograph was provided and the challenge is to write a 100 – 150 words (+/- 25 words) story inspired by it. Do click on the link for other stories.

Thank you TJ Paris for the picture, thank you for stopping by.