Three Line Tales – Week eight

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Welcome to Week Eight of Three Line Tales.

TLT photo prompt by Liam Desic – click here for full res version

Flags were flowing all in the same direction

Just about every color of the rainbow

Why so many flags altogether, was it a special celebration?

The TLT rules are simple:

  • Take a look at the photo prompt and write three lines to go with it.
  • Your lines can be poetry, micro-fiction, micro non-fiction or just a really long caption – everything goes as long as it’s three lines long.
  • A link back to this post would be nice (it’ll make me feel obliged to swing by yours to read your three lines, and some of your readers might want to join in, too – the more, the merrier, right?).
  • Tag your post with 3LineTales – it’ll make it easier for others to find it in the Reader.
  • Read other participants’ lines.

Week seven-Three line tales

Week seven-Three line tales

Week seven-Three line tales

Walking into a very dark damp musty room, wondering why it had a blacked out window with an arrow painted on.

She glanced out through the gap, saw nothing of interest, but for a few cars and a man walking along the street.

Stepping back she viewed the situation, why an arrow, where it was pointing to there was nothing but a blank wall, she thought it takes all kinds of people to keep the world going round, and exited from the room.

Thank you to Sonya of Only 100 Words for coming up with Three Line Tales Photo Prompt.

The TLT rules are simple:

  • Take a look at the photo prompt and write three lines to go with it.
  • Your lines can be poetry, micro-fiction, micro non-fiction or just a really long caption – everything goes as long as it’s three lines long.
  • A link back to this post would be nice (it’ll make me feel obliged to swing by yours to read your three lines, and some of your readers might want to join in, too – the more, the merrier, right?).
  • Tag your post with 3LineTales – it’ll make it easier for others to find it in the Reader.
  • Read other participants’ lines.

Week Six of Three Line Tales

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Photo by Samuel Zeller

Week Six of Three Line Tales

Sitting perch high on chairs peering out the window.

Wonder what the attraction is?

Can’t be those buildings, they have been there for hundreds of years.

Thank you to Sonya of Only 100 Words for coming up with Three Line Tales.

The TLT rules are simple:

  • Take a look at the photo prompt and write three lines to go with it.
  • Your lines can be poetry, micro-fiction, micro non-fiction or just a really long caption – everything goes as long as it’s three lines long.
  • A link back to this post would be nice (it’ll make me feel obliged to swing by yours to read your three lines, and some of your readers might want to join in, too – the more, the merrier, right?).
  • Tag your post with 3LineTales – it’ll make it easier for others to find it in the Reader.
  • Read other participants’ lines.

Please check Sonya’s Post, Three Line Tales – Week Six for detailed instructions.

Week Five of Three Line Tales

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photo by Glen Noble

Week Five of “Three Line Tales”.

Mountains of topsy-turvy unstructured books

Who would ever find what they were looking for?

What would happen if the shelf collapsed, under all that weight?

Unstructured Means – without formal or systematic organization

Thank you, Sonya of Only 100 Words, for coming up with Three Line Tales.

The TLT rules are simple:

  • Take a look at the photo prompt and write three lines to go with it.
  • Your lines can be poetry, micro-fiction, micro non-fiction or just a really long caption – everything goes as long as it’s three lines long.
  • A link back to this post would be nice (it’ll make me feel obliged to swing by yours to read your three lines, and some of your readers might want to join in, too – the more, the merrier, right?).
  • Tag your post with 3LineTales – it’ll make it easier for others to find it in the Reader.
  • Read other participants’ lines.

Please check Sonya’s post, Three Line Tales – Week Five for detailed instructions.

Pot of Gold

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photo by Alyssa Smith (click here for full version).

Always been looking for that pot of gold that’s supposed to be at the end of the rainbow.

When I’ve seen one coming back from town I always hoped it was on our farm.

Maybe I need to look for the tallest skyscraper I can find, which must be in Auckland NZ (which could be the Skycity casino complex.)

Thank you to Sonya of Only 100 Words for coming up with Three Line Tales.

The TLT rules are simple:

  • Take a look at the photo prompt and write three lines to go with it.
  • Your lines can be poetry, micro-fiction, micro non-fiction or just a really long caption – everything goes as long as it’s three lines long.
  • A link back to this post would be nice (it’ll make me feel obliged to swing by yours to read your three lines, and some of your readers might want to join in, too – the more, the merrier, right?).
  • Tag your post with 3LineTales – it’ll make it easier for others to find it in the Reader.
  • Read other participants’ lines.

Please check Sonya’s post Three Line Tales – Week Four for detailed instructions.