Here is my response:

That day In 1863, far away in the distance, the sound of gunfire, artillery shells and the shouts of men and boys in the throes of pain and death, we sat, together, reflecting. Each, to their thoughts, but unified in the gratefulness, that we remained unchanged and together as one at this moment in time.

Your turn!

Jane Dougherty Writes

Lately I’ve been having a lot of fun writing one or two sentence stories and finding suitable pictures to illustrate them. Occasionally I’ve done it the other way round; seen a picture and thought of a story to match it.

Today it’s your turn. I’m posting a painting that I’ve used before to illustrate a poem, Odilon Redon’s Flower-Clouds, and I’m throwing it open to anyone who wants to have a go at writing a one or two sentence story to go with it.

Post it on your blog and leave the link in the comments box below, or leave the story in the box if you’d rather.

If there’s a good response I’m make it a regular challenge with a set day and I might even pick a weekly winner. If nobody’s interested I’ll forget I ever mentioned it.

See what you can come up with this week. I’ll…

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