A more peaceful, hopeful painting would be hard to find, but thankfully, we didn’t all see the scene as utter boring heaven.
I’m almost certain Sarah sent an entry but posted it in the wrong place and I can’t find it. Maybe if she looks in she can point me in the right direction.
Thanks to you all for the wonderful pieces of prose you send in. There’ll be another prompt tomorrow, so see you then.
I’m adding Merril’s at the top as I missed it out when I prepared the post yesterday. I could have sworn it wasn’t there then…But I’d commented on it and very much enjoyed it. The Sound of Music again…
Louise’s story might be less dark and tragic than usual, but it’s just as dramatic.
Ken’s story is an example of what I was hinting at in the intro—since when have rainbows been associated only with joy and happiness?
Phylor with the ghost of Maria from The Sound of Music? She’s been cropping up everywhere 🙂
Michael’s story, while light-hearted, is I suspect one of his cherished dreams 🙂
Geoff’s story wouldn’t be allowed under many regimes, but this is my blog so I’ll take the risk, and in case of legal problems, yes, I’ll happily pass on his address.
Leara’s story like Michael’s is a retelling of a timeless myth.
Freya is a first-time participant with a dramatic story that packs a punch with a surprising twist in the tail.
Kat’s story is going strong, and with the skill of a true storyteller she slips in the prompt image as a sideline and gets back to the meat of what she had in mind for this episode.
Kerfe’s mini story this week is the introduction to a gallery of thoughts and images with a mysterious common theme.
Bill—last in so the eerie white space doesn’t matter. I think he should really get a dog.