Wordless (or Writing Prompt) Wednesday

Take part in this exercise if you choose, or simply take a few moments to enjoy a pretty picture, the choice is yours.

If you’d like to participate, share how this picture makes you feel, what stories might take place in it, or even just list a few adjectives that it inspires in you to practice some descriptive writing.

This Wednesday, I’d like to share some personal nostalgia with you instead of a description. This picture takes me back to visiting my grandparent’s house as a child. Their farmhouse boasts about 150 years and was built by my great-grandfather’s very own hands. It can only be reached by driving down a long avenue of towering old trees. Trees that have seen horses change into cars and children change into bones. Those trees made the world seem like a fairy tale when I was small, as they dappled my skin in the summer and sparkled with frost in the winter. These trees hold all the stories of my family.

Path lined with trees

I’ll be on Facebook until next time.

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12 thoughts on “Wordless (or Writing Prompt) Wednesday

  1. Reblogged this on Sunsets and more and commented:
    Cool late summer air brushes against my face as I walk the sandy road. I take a deep breath and smell the salty air blowing from the sea. The dry leaves crackle beneath my sandals, reminding me that ever so soon, the luscious greens will become an array of orange, yellow and red. I pick a lone flower from the roadside and smile. Grandma will like it for sure. The shadows grow longer the further down the road I get. By the time I reach Grandma’s cabin, it’s basking in the evening sun. Birds are singing, sharing our joy in the last rays of sun before the darkness wins the fight.

  2. You’ve been nominated for the 7/7/7 Writing challenge! I passed the nomination on to you, and you can find the rules on my blog. Hope you can find the time to take it. Happy Saturday. 🙂

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