Write a one hundred word story that has a beginning, middle and end. (No one will be ostracized for going a few words over the count.) the group is hosted by Rochelle, each week we find an inspiring new photo on her blog:


Make every word count.

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I am happy with your comments! Since English is my second language I am glad about any help to improve grammar or terms.


When I close my eyes the scene appears immediately: small houses sticking to the terraced hill, cypresses, bald and lonely, warm rain falling from mountain clouds.  I can hear the music of the landscape, it sounds in my heart like an everlasting OM, telling me I love my homeland, wherever I will be on this planet. But still I am thousands of miles away and God only knows, if I ever will come back again. The day I followed you changed my life completely. Though, after thirty years I am sure my home is where my heart is. And my heart is with you.

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38 Gedanken zu „Loveletter

  1. Such lovely sentiments, I really enjoyed this. Not a grammar point, but I think the houses ‚clinging‘ to the hillside has a better ring than ’sticking‘. Just a personal viewpoint. Really well done.

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