Theme: Image Writing Prompt “truth lies just beneath the surface“
Many writers draw their inspiration from art or images. There are so many stories that could be told from one detailed picture.
Use this image as inspiration for your story, it can be the image as a whole, a single part of it, or several elements inside the image itself.
Word Count: 1,200
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