So this one if for Michele who engaged me in a lively conversation about what is expected of women vs what should not be expected of women and sexism. I found this picture really fitting with theme of our conversation, or more rather what the folks on the other side of the argument had to say. Can you tell her story? Do you see freedom here? Or a sad loss of innocence in those eyes?
Can you tell a story in 300 words? Here’s the challenge.
Write a fictional piece of no more than 300 words based on this picture. You pick your poison, poetry or story. Please don’t forget to, mention this post in yours, and link back here i.e. include a link to this post in your post on your blog, so we can check out your work. Happy writing guys, have fun, I look forward to reading what you all come up with.
Don’t have a blog but still want to submit a story? Do you have an interesting picture you would like to see our participants write on? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and submit. I look forward to hearing from you.
Stories or pieces submitted in the way much contain the Authors Name and a short bio in the body of the email.
Talk about evocative…this weeks’ responses have me feeling all kinds of things…Check it out.
Jhohadli: The Death of Mr. Richardson
Making it Write: Daddy’s little girl
Th Grateful dead: Just like Mommy
Psychologist Mimi: The life and times of Christine from the block