100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups – Week #33

The ‘100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups’ is a weekly creative writing frenzy! I give you a prompt and you, using only 100 words, write a piece to share with the world. If this is your first time here, please read ‘What is 100WCGU?’  Hopefully it will answer any questions you have but if not do get in touch.

Now for this week’s prompt I was tempted to give you the same picture as the youngsters, over at 100WC but some of them are so good I wouldn’t want you ‘magpie-ing’ their ideas! So I give you your own picture although it is along similar lines.

It was taken at the Eden Project in Cornwall, SW England and is one of a few really amazing sculptures using recycled items. Do go & visit if you have a chance. It is a truly uplifting, mind-blowing place!

The link is open until 12th March

Click here to enter your link and view this Linky Tools list. I will move the entries back to this page asap!

  1. Driftwood – Blog Up North
  2. A Lesson Written in Stone
  3. Wooden Horse
  4. The Wooden Horse Beastie
  5. The Traveller
  6. The Driftwood Horse
  7. Eden Horse
  8. A Shadow
  9. Foggy Night
  10. Knowing More or Less – Playing with Ponies
  11. Mike & Mitch – writetuit
  12. Earth Magic
  13. Materialistic Affection
  14. Always look a gift horse…
  15. Crafting his heart – (Tale Spinning)
  16. Decisions
  17. Seahorse
  18. Horsepower – Maris World
  19. Flotsam & Jetsam – jfb57
  20. Eye of the Beholder
  21. Come play
  22. Good Bones
  23. Horse Number 36
  24. Treasure Lost
  25. Not Drowning just Drinking – Bod For Tea
  26. No Nightmare
  27. Redemption
  28. Diabetic Redemption
  29. I Believe
  30. The Grass is Greener
  31. The Sea Horse
  32. Busman’s Holiday – Dancing
  33. Fragility
  34. Favourite of the Masses, Master of the Grasses
  35. A Horse
  36. Anglers Rest
  37. Limebird Writers
  38. New Mum Online
  39. Full Moon – ablogdog.com
  40. An Orse
  41. Fragments from Fireflyphil
  42. A Special Child

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