Three Line Tale #42: The world is her canvas

She spread joy wherever she went,
like she was re-painting the world around her in bright colours,
transforming a world that seemed to have forgotten that colours exist!

This post was written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week 279 prompt by Sonya. Thanks to Sonya for hosting this challenge. If you want to participate, please visit the link for instructions and other guidelines!

For the visually challenged readers, the image shows a girl lying on a road with her head resting on a drape with the different colours of the rainbow. She is holding a palette in one hand and a paintbrush in the other. Her hands are splattered with pain and the brush seems to be leaving a trail of colour against the backdrop of a blue sky with tiny white clouds scattered across it. A row of mountains and a long stretch of the road can be seen in the background.

Image courtesy: Tony Ross via Unsplash

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64 thoughts on “Three Line Tale #42: The world is her canvas

      1. Yes… it help me write constructive comments, … It helps me as a writer … and my comments/words are stored for me to use, in my poems/writings .. 😉

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      2. That’s true. Great idea, Ivor. Some of my blog posts have originated from an idea I had while leaving comments on other bloggers’ posts. Maybe I should adopt the practice of jotting them down too.

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