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The Long Road

Photo Prompt: C.E. Ayr
Photo Prompt: C.E. Ayr

We writers all take this journey, traveling on a long road. I for one believe that the journey is worthwhile. Some of us will find publishers, some of us may self publish, even a few of us will fall on the wayside and give in. But hopefully fellow traveller, no one can take away the pleasure of putting pen to paper, or seeing a story flow onto the screen.
For me traveling this road is like cycling, often rewarding, but always interesting. And when the sun shines usually delightful, though I may find it hot and tiring. So even if a rogue motor vehicle attempts to thwart my path, I for one enjoy taking part in Sunday Photo Fiction. I feel like I am riding in a peloton, whilst being carried forward on the slipstream of other writers.

Footnotes:
My thanks to all who take the time to comment on my writing. It has helped me no end. I find myself frustrated that my skill in commenting is not so good. In my case a rogue motor vehicle is my computer !

My apologies if this post seems more a blog, but that’s where the prompt took me this week. I and my family have been all been life long cyclists, and so I should have been able to proffer several amusing incidents. Perhaps that may occur later.

A fine day at Mevagissey
A fine day at Mevagissey
This Post Has 6 Comments
  1. No apologies needed and you used the prompt well in your analogy. I think you expressed the thoughts of many of us. And I struggle with commenting too, especially when I am late to the game. It seems like it has all been said before. But maybe that is the writer in us. We aren’t satisfied with a simple well done; we feel we must create something totally unique, sort of like our stories. I’m glad you enjoy Sunday Photo Fiction. I do too.

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