50 Word Stories: Shadowed

If you’ve never seen sunlight filtering through leaves, you should, the interplay between light and shadow is stunning. I suggest hiding in a cave covered with a fallen branch and waiting for the sun to catch it. Don’t fall asleep like I did, though; bears live in caves. Mine, anyway.

16 thoughts on “50 Word Stories: Shadowed”

  1. Love the deliberate lengths we might go to, and applicable in a lot of things. Nice. I also have a message today:

    We have 100 contributions to date, and I am trying again to rope in as many contributors to the Poets for Peace challenge (in place until this the end of August). The many voices in response to this have been fantastic, and I’d love you to add yours (again, if applicable) if you can. Feel free to use an existing piece of writing or a new one asking for peace and/or about the troubled times in which we live.

    If you are interested, please leave your poem in the comments section of Neha’s bog and it will be added. https://forgottenmeadows.wordpress.com/2016/07/16/calling-all-poetscreative-minds-to-a-grand-collaboration-poets-for-peace/comment-page-5/#comment-19287

    Thank you –
    Your voice matters.

  2. I just came back from a long weekend in the mountains of Vermont.. No cell, no wifi… but the magic of the morning sun and it’s rays filtering thru the nooks and crannies of the forest caused me to transcend into a small child… giggling and full of glee… ๐Ÿ™‚ ps- the bear stayed hidden this year!!

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