Flowing colors. Picture it and write


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Creative Writing Exercise: Metallic Ink in Water

Original image by Alberto Seveso.

FLOWING COLORS

Softly flowing, moving, sideways, up and down.

Back from where it all started.

From the bottom upwards and sideways again.

Changing colors.

Green,  like unripe fruit, light and bright to dark myrtle green.

Changing to sea green turning into sky blue, indigo blue and then to peacock blue/green.

Softly flowing, moving, sideways, up and down.

12 thoughts on “Flowing colors. Picture it and write

    1. He he, dis as die koppie so raas dat daar goed uitkom wat ek self nie van weet nie! Dis egter lekker om sommer so te sit en gorrel

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    1. Mmm, nou praat jy! Kan dalk so-iets probeer. Ding is ek moet seker self n voorbeeld gee van n geskryfde stuk ook. Ek hou van die idee om net 100 – 150 woorde te gebruik. Wat dink jy van die hoeveelheid woorde?

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