photo by Andrew Donovan Valdivia via Unsplash Her autumn comfort,Dancing over the fallen,A graveyard playground. I wrote this in response to this week's three line tales.
Welcome to Week 249 of Three Line Tales. photo by LGabe didn'tWhereavkush Gupta via Unsplash Blackbird, oh so still, In tree framed by the moon. So still, yet so alone. I wrote this for this week's three line tales
photo by Hannah Busing via Unsplash The girl is smiling,The big wheel dominates sky.Tall enough to ride. I wrote this in response to this week's three line tales.
photo by Marian Oleksyn via Unsplash Matching outfits.Dressed in white; showing our bond.Friends forever. I wrote this for this week's three-lined tales
Dan Brown published Inferno in 2013, which is 10 years after the publication of the da Vinci code. It features the same protagonist as the da Vinci code and Angels and Demons. It includes as many plot twists and turns as you would expect from a Dan Brown novel. I will try to give review [...]
photo by Zac Ong via Unsplash he Water Dances Here,The moon making it silver.Unnoticed by some.Written for this week's three line tales
My secret garden,Vines hiding outsiders' eyes.Rose scented prison. Written for this weeks three line tales
Canals form the streets,Gilded boats carry tourists.Concrete shoes hides some. I wrote this in response to this week's three line tales.
The roar of the crowd,Waiting backstage, nerves on edge.Spinning towards fame. I wrote this in response to this week's three line tales. https://only100words.xyz/2020/08/27/three-line-tales-239/
Lone biker scans field,Confused asks air, "where is my bike?""Back with your body." I wrote this in response to this week's three line tales