Birds of a Feather.
I desperately want to give credit to the wonderful person that suggested this challenge to me, but alas, Iâ€™ve now spent an hour searching for the comment and to no avail. This will not happen again. It will be carved in stone. Will the person responsible for this splendid challenge please stand up?Â (Clap, clap, clap) and thank you.
The suggestion was Blue Birds and I immediately visualized photo essays and stories of all sorts of birds â€“ not just Blue Birds, but any type of bird. Then, oops, my weird imagination took over and I thought that Edgar Allen Poe never listened to his best friend, the Raven. Poe just kept on writing. Oh, and The Birds , hen pecking, ???Bird drops keep falling on my head ???, the bird of paradise or perhaps the Phoenix bird rising from a pile of ashes.
I am a bird lover and enjoy the red winged black birds that come in droves to share their song. One year our pond was full of tuxedo ducks and gray herons. There is no limit on what you can write to this challenge.
My challenge is to write anything you want (in any form you desire) about birds.
Ideas: Iâ€™ll be anxiously waiting to read your ideas.
Suggestions: Sure, please correct my grammar and send me challenges youâ€™d like to see.
Make sure you put this (Wednesday Writing Essentials – WWE – Birds) in your title.
Be sure to tag it with WWE, Birds, Gather Writing Essentials.
Post to Gather Writing Essential.
I ask that you make your submission(s) by next Tuesday afternoon.
There is a limit of three submissions from each member per day. If youâ€™re extremely prolific, spread out your work and post only three submissions per day.
Put this challenge statement at the beginning or end of your submission so readers will know what youâ€™re supposed to do and wonâ€™t think youâ€™re crazy.
Write (in any form you desire) about birds.
Featured below are the responses I was able to locate to last Wednesdayâ€™s challenge a few from last week’s challenge. They are outstanding and worth checking out.
Below the Surface, by A. F. Stewart
Submerged, by A. F. Stewart
The Sea is my prison, by Karen Vaughan
Wading Through the Spiritlands, by Quinn (aka Entwife) Blackburn
How to Five a Cat a Pill, by Amanda S.
In Her Bloodstream, by Quinn (aka Entwife) Blackburn
Black Hearts and Pirate Lovers, by Winona (the crazy rat lady)
The One That Got Away, by Winona (the crazy rat lady)
VIEW FROM A WINDWARD SHORE, by Barbary Chaapel
DANGER, by Alice G.
PIECES ON THE BEACH, by David W.
Cats & Puddles, by Amanda S.
It’s Not a Beaver, by Irina Dimitric
The Ocean’s Opinion, by Franklin Newman
Amazing Max, by Irina Dimitric
Mourning Song On The Pacific, by Granny Janny
I Know A Little Pussy, by Granny Janny
I’m Drowning!, by Len Maxwell