He walked towards the danger of the white waters to find himself on that cold day at the ocean’s edge.
As the waves crashed into the rocks, he backed up from the trance he was feeling as he walked up to the danger.
He realized he did not have to feel despair and pain in the attempt to find himself, and instead, he found that finding himself was looking in the mirror.
This was written for Three Line Tales (TLT).
The reflection of the setting sun and dawning moon bounced off the water, and the island hid in the fog of the cool night along with the quarter of the setting sun that brought the eclipse of that night.
It was eerie and beautiful, at the same time, and it was a view that lovers would talk about to their children and grandchildren.
They would tell them how the sun melding with the moon on their first date set their destinies in stone while looking out upon the ocean that night, and they would feel the energy from that night for the rest of their lives.
This was written for the Three Lines Tale 303 prompt.
The abandoned warehouse had a plethora of goodies that could be turned into art, but she chose this old keyboard.
There was something about it that drew her in and made her feel nostalgic.
She had never learned to play piano, but she could definitely see herself bringing the keys back to life.
This was written for a prompt called Three Lines Tale (3LineTales).