Weekend Medley 22/23 November

The idea of the challenge is to use any one or more of the given prompts to create a piece of flash fiction (100-200 words) or a poem (14-20 lines)

For the weekend I am going to give four prompts that can be used individually or together depending on how the creative juices flow. There will be a single word with its definition, a word bank, three phrases and a photograph – all are random so may not connect in anyway but as is the way of randomness they may connect in the creative thought – you never can tell!

This week’s prompts are:



Lake Front at Dawn by Dan

Lake Front at Dawn by Dan
Lake Front at Dawn by Dan






Pronunciation: (gam)

Meaning: noun: 1. A leg, especially a woman’s attractive leg. noun: 2. A school of whales. 3. A social visit, especially between whalers or ship crews. verb tr., intr.: 4. To hold such a visit; to spend time talking.



songbird sunrise

peaceful retreat

the mysteries of time


Word bank:







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