Category Archives: Three Line Tales

Ghosts of the Deep

Three Line Tales, Week 72 Floating silently by with tentacles stretched outward toward the sky pulsing, pulsing, pulsing.  An eerie glow radiates through the water creating shadows covering formations down below.  These ghost like creatures look gentle as they are … Continue reading

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The Clowns

Three Line Tales, Week 71 Why is it people are afraid of clowns? They laugh, they cry, They joke, they fall, Still fear follows them all. Why I wonder, is that the case, When smiles remain on painted face, When … Continue reading

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Glorious Day

Photo by Timothy Meinberg via Unsplash A quiet walk by the water, Enjoying sights along the way. Birds chirping is nature’s music. I’m lost in this glorious day.

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The Guardian

Three Line Tales, Week 66 Standing tall with outstretched arms while quietly watching over the lines of telecommunication. It’s power showcased in the red hues of the sky above and the dark land below With a message to speak softly, … Continue reading

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Two Little Lambs

photo by Gemma Evans via Unsplash Three Line Tales Two little lambs so soft and white are wondering what marked their fleece so bright. Worry not my little kids, Our Lord has claimed you His.

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