Monday, January 13, 2014

Trifecta Writing Challenge 100

We are asking for a 33-word response to the following snippet:
The first time I saw. . .
Here's the catch: all of your 33 words must be one syllable each. - and this blogger's thought, Aren't Thesauruses great

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The first time I saw a wild dream's truth,
I saw each yarn has a veil that shields the real facts that glare, begs to be freed, to yield a glance at the woods and not the trees.





21 comments:

  1. The woods and not the trees...

    Ann, I love this piece!!

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  2. Oh such beautiful words, to see what is right in front of us, is sometimes the hardest thing

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  3. Oh, such lovely words! I can't even settle on a favorite image; it's all so beautiful.

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  4. ...as we cry out for more simplicity but find the choices only increase...oh, your story - perfect ☺

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  5. I love this idea of a "wild dream's truth." Beautiful imagery throughout.

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  6. I like your point that we only catch a glimpse of the truth in dreams and tales told. Lovely language, Ann. Well done. :)

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  7. You completely had me at "a wild dream's truth." As a vivid dreamer, this is definitely my favorite :-)

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  8. "...yields a glance at the woods not the trees" - love this line. Nice job!

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  9. "the woods and not the trees". Love this line.

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  10. Great imagery! Love the wild dream's truth in the first line :)

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  11. I like to keep those wild dreams nicely tucked behind that shield, thank you!
    Intriguing ideas, Ann.

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  12. A lovely final thought. Thanks for linking up!

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  13. "Wild dream's truth". Wonderful phrasing! :)

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