This week’s photo challenge is about showing something twisted. So let’s see how twisted one can get…
Twisted metal rods that dot the rural landscape
Fed up with the twisted eyesores, nature takes things into her hands – when you can’t beat them, join them!
“Just a single cord is enough to be tangled” ― Munia Khan
“The reality of the other person is not in what he reveals to you, but in what he cannot reveal to you. Therefore, if you would understand him, listen not to what he says but rather to what he does not say.”Khalil Gibran
Once upon a time, I lived my life in this ‘green room’. Only the bed is missing.
“Man struggles to find life outside himself, unaware that the life he is seeking is within him.”Khalil Gibran
“The snow and the storm destroy the flower; but its seed they cannot kill.” Khalil Gibran
“You may chain my hands, you may shackle my feet; you may even throw me into a dark prison; but you shall not enslave my thinking, because it is free!”Khalil Gibran
So even if I did miss this post last week I believe we are still together 😛
Ergo – let us all go ego-less 😀
Too much gyan kya? Let’s see what I else I can find…
Did you do that? Not me – I was a very good girl!
Not me… at least not then. But have been in similar situations while going into the boss’ room 😀
Yes! I will admit to this – you?
I have to confess, the cat is cuter! Moving on
Flexibility is key to survival.
Hmm I hope he didnt really die for then she would have had the last laugh – just kidding 😀
What’s your excuse? Mine is that it’s all those burgers and fries Mabel has been teasing me to drool about 😉
So how many you identify with Aunty Acid? Oh that reminds of a joke where this guy was moaning to his friend, “I dont think my wife is ever going to die. She has nothing but clothes, she wouldnt be caught dead in.”
That’s all folks – have a great week and as usual none of this stuff is mine, I aim to keep the laughter going 🙂
Written for the Friday Fictioneers – a story in 100 words or less. Thanks to Rochelle for hosting the challenge and the beautiful photo prompt. To read the other stories (and participate in the challenge) click here.
“Sort of. Whether it is well or otherwise is not for me to judge.”
“Very funny. So aren’t you going to show off?”
“Umm. Not sure whether it’s worth bragging about.”
“Come on! Are you digging for compliments?”
“From you?! Who hasn’t even looked at it once?”
“That’s a dig!”
“Haha. Very funny.”
“How does it feel to have finished the story you were working on for over two years?”
“So much more remains to be done!”
“You have a complete story! Go find a publisher and just rake in the moolah.”
“If only it were that easy!”
“Before I can even think of contacting a publisher, I have to edit my novel.”
“Isn’t that the editor’s job?”
“Nope! He just draws red lines through manuscripts before throwing it in the trash.”
“Exactly. Ideally one should spend at least thrice the amount of time editing as writing.”
“Wow! You don’t like editing?”
“I do but despite the difficult subject, writing was so much fun.”
“How’s that possible?”
“It was possible thanks to all the people who kept me company through the tortuous paths and cheered me from the sidelines.”
A/N Sorry about that I simply couldn’t resist bragging in a (not so) roundabout way 😉 I finished Moonshine the story for which I began blogging (240 chapters!) and the reason I’ve been away – just in case any of you noticed😛 A genuine and heartfelt thank you to all you alpha readers – silent and otherwise 🙏
Written for the Sunday Photo Fiction – a story in 200 words or less. Thanks to Susan Spaulding for hosting the challenge and the photo prompt. To read the other stories inspired by this prompt click here.
Now if only i could learn to be silent…but then again half my troubles would have been non-existent if i had spoken up in the first place. Darn it! To speak or not to speak is the question – any answers?
I beg to differ I am neither old nor restless I just young and senseless. What about you? 😀
Questions questions and no answers. Hmm well on second thoughts it could be a typo after all s and d are right next to each other on the keyboard 😛
Finally somebody got it right!
Mother’s day has just come and gone and this was a lovely piece as were a couple of others
But my personal favorite was this one
which just goes on and on and on 😀
Hahahave a wonderful week and just want to stress none of this stuff is mine and I am just keeping the fun going – Cheers
The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge this week is about our place in the world. I decided to interpret it rather literally mostly because this is the right time (although not the right weather) to showcase my world. Temperatures are soaring and yesterday it was a sizzling 43o Celsius (109 o F) and like every summer my campus is on fire. Take a look.
Miles to ogle before I walk 😉
“It is with the intention of losing my way that I have descended on this path” Rabindranath Tagore
A dazzling and enchanting sight one that is quite difficult to tear ones eyes away from despite the blazing Sun.
I could look at this for hours and hours – from an air conditioned room of course 😉
The amaltas are perhaps not everyone’s cup of tea. This man wages a losing battle against the raining petals.
Show off 😉
While in school I used to draw the Sun rising from between the mountain peaks – this reminds me of that 😀
By the way, this is the view from my porch – now I’m showing off 😉 Just a couple of years more before we shift so may as well make the most of it!