Willow, at Willow Manor, posts a photo for us to use as an inspiration for an original piece of writing: poetry, prose, dialogue, interview (I've never done that for a Magpie), etcetera. It is up to us, as is the length, providing we use this photo as a prompt. I wasn't able to take this gloomy picture seriously today, but "serious" isn't in the rules, so I've used an ordinary, every-evening kind of conversation, keeping the photo in mind.
The raven squawked, "Ark!"
"Bobby, it's late, and it's too dark for swimming!"
The raven squawked, "Dark!"
"Bobby, come on now. I want to go out. I'm already dressed and I'm getting wet out here in the park."
The raven squawked, "Park!"
"Bobby, don't make me come and get you. I'm not jumping into the lake in a long dress and long gloves."
"Awww, Mom! Be serious."
"Bobby, I am serious. Come here right now. I'm soaked to the skin and I'll have to go home to change, and I want you to come home, too."
"I'm having fun, Mom! I'll come home soon."
"Don't be silly, I have to lock the house before I go out. Hurry up!"
The raven squawked, "Lock!"
"Awww, please, Mom, please?"
The raven squawked, "Awwwk!"
"You come right home this minute, Bobby, or you are in big trouble!"
"Aw, Mom, you're always nagging at me. I'm not coming home. Ever!"
Squawked the raven, "Nevermore!"
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