#WRITEPHOTO – Farming by pensitivity101

A little bit of love goes a long way as we find out in Di’s terrific tractor tale:

It was love at first sight, if you believe that machinery has a soul.
The little red tractor worked his heart out to impress the little yellow tractor in the next field.
His Boyo would jog up to the driver’s seat, climb aboard, and gently turn the key as he spoke words of encouragement to start the day.  Boyo was a firm believer that if he treated his equipment right, they would never let him down, and thus it was as the little red tractor started first time, was regularly maintained and cleaned, and in bad weather, given shelter in the big barn.
The little yellow tractor always looked forlorn as she was left out in all weathers, coughed and spluttered having been shouted at and cursed by her Bozo, and struggled to cope with the land she was expected to till.
The little red tractor was dismayed to see the little yellow tractor with a FOR SALE sign on her windscreen. 

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#WRITEPHOTO – Farming by jemimapett

A cute story with a surprise twist by Jemima Pett:

The red tractor went around and around the field. It wasn’t the corn field, that was next door. He’d be going there next.

In this field, he went carefully around the tracks laid down early in the year during the seed sowing. This was a root crop. The tractor had to follow the lines of the previous run so as not to damage the plants. They might be beetroot, they might be mangelwurzels. Those were for the cattle and sheep and pigs through the winter. The beetroot was for nice warming soups in the winter for us. And hot, coated with cheese sauce, for us too. Yum.

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#WRITEPHOTO – Farming by ladyleemanila

A fabulous farming rondeau by Ladylee:

Hard work and waking up early

No time to make my hair curly

Careful not to wake the baby up

But later will play catch with my pup

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#WRITEPHOTO – The Farming by Tuba

A plentiful (and first-time) entry by Tuba

This farmer's ancestors with little blest, 
Have patient with what you have the best:
Prepare yourself for the final board
With feasts, parties and a thankful note
Celebrate the harvesting of grain with a singing song,
They stood together and took pleasure all day long.

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#WRITEPHOTO – The Red Door by geofflepard

Ready for a chortle? Enjoy this fun entry by Geoff Le Pard

‘Oh. Good morning. My name is Charleston and…’

‘You’re not one of them Jehoshaphats, are you? Can’t abide them, trying to flog me a water tower, when I have a perfectly adequate cistern…’

‘Do you mean Jehovah’s?’

‘That’s what I said, didn’t I? Jehoshaphats.’

‘Witnesses. They’re Jehovah’s Witnesses.’

‘Well, I ain’t seen nothing and no one came make me say I did. I was working, or degreasing the wife’s archipelago.’

‘I think we are drifting away from the purpose…’

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#WRITEPHOTO – The Red Door by JezzieGFarmer

A beautiful and poignant entry by JezzieGFarmer:

All colours fade back into black
Tainted by sadness deep inside
Still we must walk destiny’s track
In smiles where no tears can confide
She is gone the announcement said
Long live the King, no time to stop
Duty before self the path ahead
And mourning becomes a backdrop

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#WRITEPHOTO – The Red Door by garyawilsonstories

What did Gary find behind his version of the door? A positive feel-good story, enjoy:

The two children moved carefully through the darkened street, quietly moving from shadow to shadow.

“No – Ben. I’m afraid. It has to be a trap or something. What if someone catches us?”

“They won’t Tamara. No one is ever there because I have a system.”

“What kind of system?” she whispered.

Ben was 13. Tamara was almost 11. He looked all around them to make sure no one was about then stooped down behind some sort of utility box and pulled Tamara down so he could explain. “Adults only change their habits to fix something, like a mess. Most adults hate messes, so we won’t make one. We sneak in, grab a meal, create no evidence that we were ever there and quietly leave.  I’ve been getting a good warm meal for almost 3 weeks now and no one has noticed.”

“But they might today. Someone might see or hear. . .”

“Tamara – you have to eat something. You’re getting thin and you’re going to get sick. Those pants and your shirt fit you when we first met, now they look a size too small. Yesterday was a nice warm and sunny day, yet you were cold. I’ve seen others go through this and you need food. Please, just come with me. We’ll be silent. We won’t be noticed, and we’ll be fed.”

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#WRITEPHOTO – Meeting by GaryAWilson Stories

A brilliant entry by Gary – dark and mischievous with a surprise ending:

Jocelyn fretted as she climbed the hill alone towards the meeting place.

They had planned it perfectly; a light fog, no moon and dark enough to badly want a forbidden flashlight.

This club was so exclusive, so well placed that they could make or break someone’s college career. So, she’d carefully considered her invitation but fretted because the cost of joining was so high.

It only added to her indignity that only pretty girls were invited by the all-male membership committee. Everyone knew that guys paid a different price to join. Her anger grew deeper with each step up the trail she’d previously visited in the daylight so she would know the way.

The last glimmers of the setting sun were disappearing and the forest closed in. Only the scarce white stones distinguished the path leading her to where she heard the murmurs from the gathered council but could not see the gathering place with its log seating and one special chair reserved for her, the chosen inductee.

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#WRITEPHOTO – Meeting by jezfarmerblog

An atmospheric entry by jezfarmerblog:

Running into the darkness of trees
I hear her voice calling me
“come quickly, my love, come swift of foot,
come quickly, let me touch your soul”
and the old romantic story I have read
so many times before
the lines written on my heart
so I run into the trees
searching for love

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#WRITEPHOTO – Meeting by neelwritesblog

A change of pace with this sinister entry by neelwritesblog:

The instructions were very clear.
The email read: Coming Tuesday, September 21, 2022 take the NH24 from the Noida Link Road. Drive a steady 40 km for the next two hours. You will see barren land to your left. Take the dirt road. The only one there.
Drive for another 15 minutes.
You will reach a fork end.
Two paths follow
Take the left one.
Drive through hilly rocks.
At some point you will have to abandon your car.

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