The Line of Words


This story is written for 3 Lines Tales Week 135 hosted by Sonya. The challenge is to write a 3 line tale for the supplied image.

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photo by Davide Cantelli via Unsplash

Lights played the hide and seek. Chairs played the vacant and occupied. On the shelf or off the shelf, for eternity, rested the limitless glory.

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The Right Need


This post is written for Three Line Tales Week 108 hosted by Sonya. The challenge is to write a three line tale for the supplied image.

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“Did you pick the right shoe?” they asked, with a puzzled face.

She smiled and nodded signaling a ‘yes’.

“The need was for shoe. Any would have been right” said her inner consciousness.

 

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.

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.