caring and giving
good friends lure you in closer
grateful eyes smiling
November’s traditional birthstone is the topaz, usually a yellow to amber color. The ancient Greeks believed that topaz could make a wearer invisible. A symbol of honor and strength, topaz was also believed to bring longevity and wisdom
Presenting the week’s prompt – You may use the word(s), phrase and/or image to interpret the prompt.
Because of my blog having some youthful readers, please and thank you for not submitting anything you wouldn’t want a ten year old to peruse or see.
Weekly prompt – folklore – traditional customs, tales, sayings, dances, or art forms preserved among a people. Synonyms – legend, lore, myth, mythology, mythos, tradition.
shall we partake another cup
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For those interested in participating in the weekly challenge, submit your own post with your interpretation of the prompt(s). Your submission can be in any form – art, image, fast fiction, poetry, quote, etc. Please keep written submissions to 300 words or fewer.
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