Yes! It is time to revive the Caption Challenge. We had so much fun with that a couple months ago, and I’m so happy to bring it back.
So. Here’s how it works. I’ll share a photo, you come up with a six-word story AND/OR a bit of flash fiction (90 words or less) and submit it in the comments. You have TWO WEEKS.
Have fun! Any genre you want (poetry, too), just keep it clean.
Published by Hannah Gaudette
Hannah Gaudette is a home-school graduate living in the hills of New England. When she’s not writing or playing with the dogs, it’s a safe bet you can find her with some other animal, like goats. She is the founder of a sustainable agriculture movement called STEWARDSHIP in central Maine. She's a life-enthusiast and advocate for food allergy awareness, youth ministry, and service dogs.
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A ship sailing far away
Can’t see through the storm
A shining light, beautiful and bright
Shining far away
Turn of tides
The wind may slow
When they turn their boat towards home,
The light leaves the sky
The storm gives a sigh
But the light house keeps shining on
1) Two lights, both bright, defeating darkness.
The lighthouse, man-made, glittering over the water.
The sun on the horizon, rays flashing, clouds hovering above.
God and man co-existing. We were sent to be the man-made light, leading others to Him. Leading them to the true light, the sun. His Son.
2) Lights shine across water, overcoming darkness.