When I write this post it’s February, it’s not too cold outside but not sunny. For some strange reason, the “t” on our keyboard doesn’t work properly and it annoys me a little. So best to start the writing day with a “Lean against… and listen” 🙂
“I quote Kasey Mathews from the WANA group “Write to Heal” for this writing prompt:
“With paper and pen, or computer handy, lean back in your chair, or against the wall, or a sofa, etc., close your eyes and imagine you are sitting under a large tree with your back resting against the trunk. On the other side of the tree, a Storyteller has come to sit down and also rest against the tree trunk. With eyes still closed, just listen. Wait for the Storyteller to begin his or her story. When you hear it begin, simply write down all that you hear. “
video source: The One Ring via YouTube
Over the mountains came the rain.
Like a wall, it crashed into the leaves of the trees, washed over the fields and into holes in the roofs. We had wished for the rain to come. Months without it had parched the life out of every creature and plant on earth.
But when it came the life-giving force was deadly…