Watch this space for small things of awe and wonder.
The whole month of July we will be exploring small things to accommodate our tiny word count caps.
For week one your prompt is:
Knotholes form due to the removal or decay of a branch during the life of a tree. Process a felled tree into boards and the knothole remains – a testament to what once was. In a wall or fence, a knothole becomes a place of note to curious passersby. They can peek into a space otherwise off-limits. The knothole offers an eyeful of the forbidden, the forgotten, the secret lives of strangers — for some it is the glimpse of another life to seed their dreams.
In 150 words or less, tell us what you see and submit it by 11:45 pm EDT on Saturday, July 11. Have fun with it!
This week’s winner will receive an eBook on the writing advice of their choosing…
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