Morph-ism


This post is written for Three Line Tales Week 91 hosted by Sonya. The challenge is to write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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photo by Julien Laurent via Unsplash

It’s not what it looks like!

No, I am not talking about the crow, its real and so about the food crumb, which is real as well.

I am talking about the hand, for whose objective is not known yet.

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The Hands up Protocol


This post is written for Three Line Tales Week 87 hosted by Sonya. The challenge is to write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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“When you are angry, raise your hands, keep it back on your mouth” Said the leader in his speech.

A hand went up from the crowd and a gun shot was heard leaving behind a dead silence.

Then another hand went up, only to fall down, sinking and splashing in blood.

The Story From Bones


This post is written for Three Line Tales Week 82 hosted by Sonya. The challenge is to write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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When the looks disappear and the name wipes out, every bone that is left away, tells a story.

The story that glimpses capture, The story that perceive-r visualizes.

Told, untold, mystery and history.

The Pictorial Layers



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This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 49.  It is a challenge put forth by Sonya from Only 100 Words, where we are challenged to write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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The black font makes it visible, the pointy end positions a direction, the threads tie firm, the stick is not straight and it is put on a coarse earthy table.

The ink, flag, fiber, stick and table – all products from the same tree.

Life is a photograph, of an assortment of versions put together!

The Real Talks


This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 46.  It is a challenge put forth by Sonya from Only 100 Words, where we write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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“They aren’t real”

“It’s mostly an artificial life”

Said the pink flower to the tiny red ones pointing towards the passer by human beings!

 

Time Freeze



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This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 45.  It is a challenge put forth by Sonya from Only 100 Words, where we write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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“What you get is what you capture! Freezing memories since ages.”
Yours faithfully,
Camera.


Also tagging for the daily post prompt: Treasure

Dry, Decay and Die



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This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 43.  It is a challenge put forth by Sonya from Only 100 Words, where we write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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photo by Sandis Helvigs via Unsplash

No matter what masks the face, it is going to dry, decay and die.

Be You.

It is honorable to dry, decay and die with true identity.


Note: I was a little lost with a sequence either to choose “dry, decay and die” or “dry, die and decay”. Decay being a process, I decided to keep it before die with no strong major reasoning to chose what so ever.