TLT: Guiding Light

I’m re-posting this because for some bizarre reason half of the post vanished. It’s now back with the full three lines it was meant to have!

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Photo Prompt – William Bout

She’d thought he was her beacon, her guiding light through the treacherous shoals. Too late she’d discovered he was merely a will-o’-the-wisp leading her into dangerous waters. Now she stands alone on the rocks, and the only light she follows is her own.


This post is for Sonya’s Three Line Tales challenge. This week’s prompt was provided by William Bout.

 

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13 Comments on “TLT: Guiding Light

  1. It’s deep very deep, you have weaved a beautiful picture, you have pulled every string in my heart. Good job writing it!!!

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  2. Wonderful TLT Louise! “Now she stands alone on the rocks, and the only light she follows is her own.” Great!!

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    • Thank you, Jessie. I’ve just discovered that half of the post had gone missing during the night (very bizarre!). I’m not sure whether you saw it before or after this happened, but it has three sentences again now if you want to check it out.

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    • Thanks, Marie. I’ve just discovered that half of the post had vanished. :S There are three sentences again now if you want to check it out.

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