FWF Free Write Friday


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Your FWF prompt this week is a word bank…

lazy – rain – perspective – glint – somber – trinket – static

Standing under the rain drops

Crying out to the Gods

A glint of bright light

Lights up the skies

Flashing shadows and sparks

On the trinket upon her finger

As her eyes looked at it

A different perspective

Could be written

Spreading her arms

Wide going around

In slow lazy circles

No matter how or

Where her mind wandered

The static remained strong

Her feet planted

Firmly on the ground

She was beginning

To come out of her

Drunken atmosphere

Somber surrounding her

She knew she was

In love

She had just been

Proposed to

And had said yes.

Terry Shepherd

05/03/2013

25 thoughts on “FWF Free Write Friday

  1. I love it, Terry. I have to ask though, was the word meant to be “atmoshphere”? If it was, it’s brilliant with relation to the line; if it wasn’t, just leave it and say it was. I love it!

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    • Oh how I wish I could lie and say the ring is mine, but alas, it is just a photo and a woman’s dream…………………..so no need to be jealous. I would need a rich boyfriend first. LOL

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  3. Awwwww, you described perfectly the instant reaction this trinket gives you. Then she was drunk and I thought I’d got it wrong or that it was going to break like my trinket did, then of course – it was her proposal night! Who doesn’t open the champers!

    A brilliant FWF!

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