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Day 2 of 7 Can’t wait to read your stories inspired by this prompt 👇👇Come and show us what you’ve got, one and all.. 🌟
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the dr is in 4 Jun 19
Replying to @virtwriting
Even as they search the thin line of the horizon, eager for the sight of a sail, she yearns a change in the wind, a sudden storm. A miracle. Perhaps he’ll have fallen overboard, fallen ill, in the long year away. Perhaps he’ll believe the child is old enough to be his.
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Virtual Writing Group 4 Jun 19
Replying to @PippaBC
Ah, that heartbreaking hope. Great job 👏👏
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Cat Lane 4 Jun 19
Replying to @virtwriting
Just discovered you VWG! Can you let me know please if the stories we create have to use all 280 characters or if they can be less? Looking forward to participating in these great challenges and reading the creativity of other writers. ❤️
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Virtual Writing Group 5 Jun 19
Replying to @AnotherCatLane
What everyone said❤️ less than 280 would do, plus hashtag. There's still time to participate until 10👍
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Jeanna Louise Skinner 4 Jun 19
Replying to @virtwriting
Me & Mam kept vigil 'longside the fishwives. Their skirts billowed like sails; gimlet eyes pecking out every dot on the horizon. On the 5th day, the current brought them home but only for the scavenger gulls. When Mam turned her salt-weathered face inshore, I followed.
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Jeanna Louise Skinner 4 Jun 19
Replying to @virtwriting
I enjoyed writing this one so much, I've turned it into a flash. Now just got to think about where to send it. Thanks for getting the creative juices flowing !
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PD Flynn 4 Jun 19
Replying to @virtwriting
Super wow! picture...
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Sarah😷Smith 4 Jun 19
Replying to @pd_flynn @virtwriting
Is that Eyemouth? I recognise the statue but couldn’t remember where I’ve seen it.
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Michael Ellison 4 Jun 19
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