Writing 101 [18]: Compose a series of anecdotes

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The prisoner with wings stared out her cage, watching the other birds fly. The wings she saw on them, made her wonder if her’s could flutter the same.

The prisoner with wings stared out her cage, the food dish still untouched. For she yearned the taste of the crumbs she viewed outside; the crumbs those free one’s could peck whenever they wanted to.

The prisoner with wings stared out her cage, which was kept next to the window. She could view all that was outside, the whole world right in front of her. She wondered if she could see the same world up front.

The prisoner with wings stared out her cage, when finally, one day they opened the door for her. So she could fly away and join the others that awaited her presence.

The prisoner with wings stared out her cage, her eyes would now never shut. The time spent yearning, all that wanting to be free, slept away inside her.


Inspired by the sticker on my wall.

 

 

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