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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photo by Andrew Neel via Unsplash

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!

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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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photo by Bruno Nascimento via Unsplash

“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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photo by Grant McCurdy via Unsplash

“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.

Ignorance is Bliss



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This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 42.  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 Jace Grandinetti via Unsplash

You see those maze walls making the path narrow?

Well, they are just the illusion.

‘Ignorance is bliss’, for the way out!

Odd Man Out



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This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 41.  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 Dmitri Popov via Unsplash

The puzzle with the image questioned, “Pick the odd man out: Pillars or Windows or Lamps or Frames or Patterns?”

Thoughts float around the hall.

The winning answer said, “The odd man out must be the Man behind/inside those pillars or windows or lamps or frames or patterns.”


Also tagging for the Daily Prompt Post: OR

Captain Hyperbole



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This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 40.  It is a challenge put forth by Sonya from Only 100 Words, where we write a three line tale for the supplied image.

My story this week is three hyperbole’s associated with three elements in the image: Smoke, Darkness and Human.

Hyperbole is exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally. It is an unreal exaggeration to emphasize the real situation.

Who could be the captain Hyperbole?

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photo by Dominik Martin

I am so hungry, I could eat you” – Smoke

I am as dark as your inner beauty” – Darkness

Smoke clouds bring silver linings to my darkness ” – Human


Also tagging for the daily prompt post: Hyperbole

Beauty, Blind Eyes



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This post is written for Three Line Tales Challenge Number 38.  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 Credit: William Bout

Whenever he was worn-out, he used to stare at this picture and write a new story.

He had scribbled hundreds of stories by now and the picture never lacked a motivation for a new perspective.

Today, he sits at a blind school, explaining this picture and all that flow are tears, not the words!

Service for Realization



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This post is written for:

1. Three Line Tales Challenge Number 36.  It is a challenge put forth by Sonya from Only 100 Words, where we write a three line tale for the supplied image.

2. Daily post prompt for the word : Realize

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It was tenth year anniversary of the orphanage for physically disabled and they were standing in front of service all day and night.

Serving food to the homeless was a priceless celebration.

The cars passing by had zero realization of it.

So You Shall Reap



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This story is written for Sunday Photo Fiction: 02 October 2016. The task is to write a short story of 200 words or less for the supplied photograph.

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It was his own school where he had studied. It was in the same class room where he had learnt how to be successful in life. Now after being a rich successful man he had all plans to bring this school down and construct a resort. Expanding his business was his number one agenda and he did not wanted anything to be obstacle for it.

Look at what fate did. His son fell sick the same month and he was not allowed to be away from home. Doctor had strongly recommended home food, as hostel food was not coping up with his body. The allergies were prone to get serious if the same hostel food environment was continued.

This was the only school in the home city and the only option he had was to reconstruct the school back. The school authority welcomed him and his son with a smile.


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