Tuesday – Anything Possible – Kreative Kue #258 by Keith Channing

In Keith’s words.

“Using this photo (below) as inspiration, write a short story, flash fiction, scene, poem; anything, really; even just a caption for the photograph. Either put it (or a link to it) in a comment or email it to me at keithchanning@gmail.com before 6pm next Sunday (if you aren’t sure what the time is where I live, this link will tell you). If you post it on your own blog or site, a link to this page would be appreciated, but please do also mention it in a comment here.

Go on. You know you want to. Let your creativity and imagination soar. I shall display the entries next Monday.”

The photo

Kreative Kue #258

Honor by John W. Howell © 2020

58 comments

  1. I saw a stand-off there, too. I think it’s the guy in the orange top that suggests it,
    For background, it was taken at the Agra Fort, where Emperor Shah Jahan was kept under house arrest by his third son Aurangzeb and spent the last year of his life viewing the Taj Mahal from across the river Jamuna.

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    1. Thank you for the background.

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  2. “Red rover, red rover, send Vija right over.”

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    1. It reminded me of red rover as well!!

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      1. So true. Darn. I wish I had thought of that yesterday. 😁

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  3. Yup. That’s going to take a while.

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    1. Hahaha. Thanks, Charles.

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  4. Excellent.

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    1. Thank you, Rabirius

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  5. Gwen M. Plano · ·

    LOL. I’d hate to get into one of those fights. I’d join your character and leave the scene. Writers have an endless supply of words and they are great at making up a few! 😀

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    1. The made up words are like secret weapons. Thanks, Gwen 😁

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  6. haha, it looks to me like no one wants to be first out there!!

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    1. You know how those word battles go. Everyone is reluctant to cast the first word.

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  7. It never ends, John. They’re be a sequel.

    Good job!

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    1. Thank you, Dan.

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  8. John, I’m still laughing. You have a very creative imagination.

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    1. That is one way to put it. My wife has a little different spin. Thanks, Steve.

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      1. Well, what can I say, that’s a given from Day 1!😂

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  9. dishdasha a wizer – that is the nicest thing anyone has said about me all day. Gee thanks !

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    1. I left a message on your post about my comments disappearing. I wonder if you see them ever.

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      1. John I am sure that if I ever see them I should would wonder how I manage to find out. Word Press can be a magical thing. And when it works as advertised it is even spiffier ! I go through a nightly ritual to add tags to my post. It only takes one chicken sacrificial and multiple tries to administer tags. And other than this reply I do not see a comment. Then again it could be me looking in the wrong place.

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      2. I think it has been about six posts that I made what I consider excellent comments and poof they are gone. The likes remain but comments not so much.

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      3. That must be incredibly frustrating. Sounds similar to what Dan has said in the past. Some days WP does not want us to comment. Grrrr.

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      4. I’ll keep trying.

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      5. Just don’t make yourself crazy over it. Heck we already have the virus for that. No need to over achieve. Stay safe and sane John !

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      6. Thank you, John. Some of my comments were very funny. (If I say so myself) Oh well.

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      7. John I am sure that if I ever see them I should would wonder how I manage to find out. Word Press can be a magical thing. And when it works as advertised it is even spiffier ! I go through a nightly ritual to add tags to my post. It only takes one chicken sacrificial and multiple tries to administer tags.

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  10. I hate to show my ignorance here, but I had to look up “dishdasha,” to see what it was. What a crazy word. Great use of the prompt. It made me grin.

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    1. I had to look it up too. Don’t feel alone.

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  11. As always, you out-do yourself! FUNEEEEY!

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    1. Thank you, Billy Ray

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  12. We can call this tilt “The Thrilla in Manilla Folders”

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    1. What a great idea. Hahahaha

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  13. Guess they never heard the adage about “Sticks and stones,” huh? And here, I thought they were lined up choosing sides for Red Rover!! Good job, John!

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    1. Thank you, Debbie. 😁

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  14. Haha… Yeah… Lemme know how it goes… I’ll go exploring the sacred grouns instead!
    Fun stuff.

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    1. Hahaha. Don’t balme you a bit.

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      1. Hahaha… wanna explain yourself 😉

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      2. Hard to explain. 😊

        Sent from my iPhone

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      3. Uh huh… k… 😉

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      4. How blame came out balme I have no clue. Sure was funny though. I was thinking of making up a cool story but it always ended up in some unusual place. 😂

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      5. Ahhh… we all have our dyslexic moments whilst typing… 😉

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    2. I just saw my response Bruuuuhahahaha.

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      1. Buahahaha! Uh huh. Uh huh…

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  15. D.L. Finn, Author · ·

    Now that’s my kind of fight:)

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    1. Hahaha. Stay low. Thanks, Denise.

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  16. i think if you let some subjunctives loose and followed up with armour-plated gerunds it would soon be over

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    1. Hahahaha. I agree.

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  17. Haha! Well done, John.

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    1. Thank you, Jennie.

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      1. You’re welcome, John.

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