Friday Freewrite #13 – “Where earth meets sky…”

Friday-FreewriteWelcome back to the Friday Freewrite!

Here’s how it works:

  • I post a “JUMP LINE,” a short phrase that will serve as a writing prompt, each Friday.
  • YOU put pen to paper and write for 90 seconds. (I’ll do it, too, of course.)  Don’t think.  Don’t cross out.  (That is wise advise borrowed from Natalie Goldberg in Wild Mind.)  Just start with the prompt and see where it takes you.
  • Then POST YOUR RESPONSE as a comment.  (Just click the comment bubble  to the right of the post title to leave a reply.)

Are you ready? Let’s begin!

Today’s jump line:  Where earth meets sky

See the comments below the post for responses.

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6 thoughts on “Friday Freewrite #13 – “Where earth meets sky…”

  1. …is every inch of our planet; in the mouth of every cave, at the peak of every mountain the earth and sky touch. It is the end of something, the beginning of something else. Not just the horizon. Not just the end of a long, dark tunnel where a tiny point of light glimmers, but here, where you are. Where I am. This is the place.

  2. Where the Earth meets the Sky, the Lemurians say, “Leave us alone, we’re not a tourist attraction! Let us dig our gold in peace and tunnel our underground vaults as we see fit. If we want to share our secret, ancient knowledge with you — or anyone — we’ll let you know. And as for the clandestine cave opening to our beautiful world — it’s closed — to all except those who are invited.”

    [Robert notes: file this under “creative writing.”]

  3. Where earth meets sky after a rain, one can sometimes see massive pillars of pure colors, the result of bent light. The sheer beauty of the rainbow sucks the words from my mind and I can just feel the loveliness instead.

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