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Today’s prompt: Write a piece of prose or poetry using the words frost, mask, and significant other
9 thoughts on “Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge: Tuesday, December 14, 2021”
Thanks for the prompt!
The Blue Balaclava
I don’t need a mask.
My all wool
serves me well
my colour choice
will distinguish me
from the local would be bank robbers,
if there are any about on this cold morning
when frost crystals congeal in the wool
covering my head
and icicles hang
in the space left
for eyes and mouth.
I feel invisible.
Even my significant other
would fail to recognise me.
If everyone in town
wore a blue balaclava.
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I clicked hoping it would take me to your page but it didn’t. 🤔
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