Saturday, 18 June 2011

Saturday centus from Eden House

Ok its been a long time since I contributed to this Meme . I had decided that as much as I loved it I was not able to give enough time to read and reply to everyone.
Decided that this week I was going to have another go.

Ok for anyone reading for the firat time pop over to Jenny  and see what others have come up with

"...within the stone..."


I will use attempt to use  100 word count including the prompt in RED this prompt. I can use these three words PLUS up to an additional 100 words to tell my story in any style I choose.

  Here goes ..........

Within the stone there is a new life ready to grow, not a human life but a tree . It is a mystery at the moment will it produce fruit?


I have no idea but I will plant it and nurture it in the hope in years to come I will have my own fruit tree.

A fruit tree that I will be able to say that with God’s help I grew .

I will not spray with chemicals just watch it as it becomes fruitful and reflect on whether I am fruitful or not . A long process that needs patience.

12 comments:

Koby said...

I too wish to grow a tree like that. xoxo

Bookie said...

Very nice take here...clever to use the stone pit and wonder what fruit it will yield.

jeff campbell said...

Not all "stones" are created equal...clever use of the prompt...nicely done...Peace and blessings

Christine said...

Nice when writers see the prompt from a different angle, well done.

cj Schlottman said...

Welcome back! This post shows great creativity laced with optimism. Wonderful on take Jeff's prompt.

Namaste..........cj

Nonna Beach said...

Excellent job !

For being away awhile you certainly haven't lost your vivid, sensitive, down to earth writing style. I love what you created with this prompt !

Sue said...

A lovely, hopeful Centus.

Nicely done.

=)

(And welcome back!)

Judie said...

Great take on the prompt. I thought about just this thing yesterday while sorting through the cherries I bought!!!

Jingle said...

love to see growth.
well done.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

I like this, especially your final line: "A long process that needs patience." Yes, this says it all!

Jo said...

This was a very clever use of the prompt, and i am glad that you joined in again!

Jenny said...

I never thought of the stone as a fruit seed! Really clever!