Take a few moments to read Umesh's lovely story on Snowflakes
https://hubpages.com/literature/Snowfla … -Challenge
You've written a lovely story.
The kindness and caring he shows depicts the love he carries within his heart for her.
Soothing & calm just like when snowflakes fall to the ground.
They are beautiful...just like the love that is blooming between the two of them.
Excellent video to accompany your story.
I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
This is a very pleasant story in response to the snowflake prompt, Umesh. I enjoyed it.
I enjoyed reading your Snowflake story, Umesh. This is a nice response to Brenda'x prompt, as it is a very sweet story.
Thanks for posting this story, Brenda.
What a sweet story, Umesh. I can surmise that their friendship may advance to love. Thanks Brenda for sharing this snowflake story with us.
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 14 months ago
Umesh has written us a story about a King dealing with boredom. I don't have time to read this one right now, but please start discussing his work.I will read & get back to you with my thoughts.https://hubpages.com/literature/Boredom … ord-Prompt
by John Hansen 12 months ago
Please read Pamela's wonderful poetry and information in response to Brenda's prompt 'snowflake.'https://hubpages.com/literature/My-Memo … -Snowflake
by BRENDA ARLEDGE 5 months ago
Umesh enlightens us with the meaning of Nothing inhis response to the word prompt.Let's read and discuss this unique theory.https://hubpages.com/literature/Something-In-Nothing
by John Hansen 2 weeks ago
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by Pamela Oglesby 12 months ago
Take time to read Rosina's interesting story written as a response to Chill Clinton's prompt.https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Dre … liar-House
by Ravi Rajan 6 days ago
Chitrangada writes a great poem about a mysterious lady who stops her on the road and takes her to a deserted house. Who was the lady? To whom did the home belong? And most important, why did she stop Chitrangada? These questions make the poem a delightful mystery. I also liked the short story on...
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