This is my entry to Hélène Vaillant’s “What do you see?” weekly challenge. Another wonderful prompt from Hélène. Dorothy was very tired and frustrated. “We’ve been on the road traveling through Oz for months it seems!”, she cried to the Scarecrow. “What do I know, I haven’t a brain!”, he replied. Dorothy becoming more and […]Read More Dorothy’s Final Journey – A short story adaptation of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Originally posted on Inspire&change:
A small example of how we are destroying the nature’s beauty. Everest summit has been a boom in past two decades and it will be too late for us to realize what we have done to the spiritual and one of the beautiful places in the world. Once upon…
This my entry to Sue Vincent’s #write photo prompt, fragrant. A great writing adventure, with wonderful participating artists. Photo © Sue Vincent One summer, as a young lady, taking a stroll through grandmamas gardens, overwhelmed by the beauty and scents, I stood in the center of the four paths and decided to dance. In rapture, […]Read More A Waltz, my dear?
This is my entry for Diana of Myths in the Mirror’s monthly speculative writing prompt. I wanted to give it a shot and change up an endearing story of brother deities, Lord Ganapati and his brother Lord Kartikeya. Of course, the elephant in the image brought forth this new take on the legend. “Om Gan […]Read More Lord Ganapati and his brother Lord Kartikeya
Originally posted on Thru Violet's Lentz:
Tentative by J.C. Montgomery tucked away inside my heart where no one else can see is everything that i have left of who i used to be you cannot tell by looking you would never know to touch as this clever veil of aging flesh only lets you…