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Three Line Tales: Waiting

This challenge is hosted by Sonya @ Only 100 Words –  The idea? 3 lines about the picture, no matter how long or short, but only three lines!

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Image Credit: Annie Spratt

Waiting

Pensively, I await arrival

Linen unpressed, flowers hastily arranged in waterless vases

Of the family I left far too soon

@Bikurgurl_watermark

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I linked up — why not take a whirl, it could be fun for you too!

From Sonya, Week 50 Three Line Tales, Guidelines:

“Check the TLT page for the full guidelines, but here’s the gist:

  • Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt.
  • Link back to this post.
  • Tag your post with 3LineTales (so we can find you in the Reader).
  • Read and comment on other TLT participants’ lines.
  • If you want your post to be included in the round-up, you have until Sunday evening to publish it.
  • Have fun.

Happy three-lining!”

41 thoughts on “Three Line Tales: Waiting

    1. Ha Ha! I was thinking about your submission when I wrote this….I was trying to insinuate the speaker was dead, but I can see that didn’t come across with my words 😉 Ah, another week, another try — thank you kindly for stopping by!

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      1. Ha Ha 😉 I have worked on being more concise and ambiguous in this past year — this year my focus is on more details in my 1o0 Word Wednesdays to flesh out those intricacies. What a nice compliment you already created an entirely different backstory! Thank you 🙂

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      2. I couldn’t agree more! Being surrounded by other writers, storytellers, who are passionate make me more passionate about my own writing! I’m so happy – and feel fortunate – to have found this community of writers 🙂

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      3. Touche! I think that’s why I keep putting off my hard core edits…the idea of publishing is so daunting! On my goal list this year: explore publishing possibilities 😉

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      4. I’m not sure, to be honest. I know some writers post by chapter on their blogs, then once they find a following, find success in publishing books. I have no desire to be uber famous writer, but to have work I love that feeds my creative spirit and perhaps provides for my future…that is exciting!

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      1. Yay! I’d started doing some 100 word posts last year after starting to follow Sonya’s blog, Only 100 Words, and was thrilled with the challenge to collect my thoughts into a cohesive, concise package. I’d hoped to do them weekly, but quickly fell off. By hosting the challenge, I have already started planning — and writing — weeks ahead of the challenge. Thank you for helping me meet my goals — and I look forward to your submission!

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      2. It is quite an enjoyable challenge! 🙂 When writing poetry, it’s easier for me to do 100 words; if I write a short story, it typically goes into the 1,000+ word range. 😂
        That’s great! I’m glad that hosting the challenge motivated you to write more. 😀 Thank you; and I can’t wait to read yours. 🙂

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