By Pond’s Edge

You have always been content to let the minnows dazzle you with their bright glinting.  How myopic. Where you see fish, I see stars drifting across the deep inverted basin of the sky.


This post was made in response to the Trifecta Writing Challenge weekend Trifextra prompt:

This weekend we’re asking you to add thirty of your own words to the following three words for a total of thirty-three: myopic, dazzle, basin.

17 responses to “By Pond’s Edge

  1. Christine, no one stands a chance when you enter the 33. Breathtaking, as always. Just lovely.

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  2. I love your entry, especially where you flipped the image at the end. Seems like the three words made both of us think about perspective.

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  3. You are amazing in getting a lot into those 33 words..

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  4. I’m with Steph, Christine. It’s what you “see” and then how you express it, that simply amazes me every time you write:)

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  5. I like the image of stars in the basin of the sky. Very lyrical. Perfect.

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  6. Lovely – looks like we both had stars on our mind!

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  7. oh so lyrical. You have a way of rounding the words and calming the soul.

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  8. I want to dive into your scene right now. Great stuff. Thanks for linking up!

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  9. Absolutely stunning, Christine. Really amazing write, per usual. I agree with Steph. 🙂

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  10. Beautiful inversion of perspective!

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  11. Just gorgeous, Christine. The way you used the words *swoon*

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  12. lovely! i can imagine such a tranquil, starlit scene.

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  13. Beautiful! I read it over and over, loving the inverted view.

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  14. Beautiful imagery. Congrats on the win! 🙂

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  15. Lovely. A rebuke and a dreaming in one tasty bite.

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