Writing Outside the Lines – Prompt 29


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In life, we all have dreams, goals, wants, aspirations. Look at the above picture and write about what you see and how you feel about this picture … OR … write about how you would use this picture in your life.

Remember you are in charge of your own words, there is no ‘right or wrong’ with this process other than to have FUN!

You have until Sunday, February 28, 2016 to share your writing … or when you feel the mood strike even after the 28th.

All prompts are active and feel free to go back to earlier ones if you have not been one of my Writing Rebels … the only challenge here is between you and what you have to write … the rules are few and open to everyone!

*For those new to this challenge, please read the particulars under the third tab that says “read first” https://annieswritingchallenge.wordpress.com/writing-outside-the-lines/ then return to the prompt page to post your response or your web site link in the comments section

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Always…I wish you peace, joy and happiness, but most of all I wish you Love.
As Ever, Annie

11 thoughts on “Writing Outside the Lines – Prompt 29

  1. Pingback: WHO AM I? / WHAT’S REAL? | artifiswords

    • It’s true. Many sad people smile on the outside. And many who don’t show great strength outwardly would be best not to mess with. Though I think some people are exactly inside as they seem from the outside, that isn’t necessarily good.

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      • Thank you Robert for taking time to read and comment. I appreciate your thoughts. For me personally it’s what you see is what you get. I’m not good at hiding anything about myself, cause you’ll either like me or you won’t. I am who I am. And I am very grateful for friends like you!! Huge hugs!!

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    • Your response to this prompt is different from what I might have done…still in progress, Sounds like Cinnamon may have been a soul friend to you and your family. Animals of all kinds are true to their nature. We can learn a lot from them. A miniature dachshund and a German Shepherd being friends shows us that differences in how others look doesn’t have to create unreconcilable differences. That’s the province of people and their irrational fears.


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