I had to try The Weekly Writing Challenge hosted by wordpress and Vincent Mars.
I always enjoyed Precis Writing in school! Last week’s expedition into Masai Mara gave me the perfect theme!“Jewel eyes gazing through the undergrowth. Blood and gore. The sharp sound of bones crunching. The impala is dead. Bahati eats again. Cameras click as we watch, listen, record. The story unfolds. Neither camera nor keyboard can tell the tale better than those jewel eyes. Life ends to go on”
Hi, I check your blog daily. Your story-telling style is awesome, keep it up!
Very Zirconian, those jewel eyes. Very precis. Very philosophy. Very well said.
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I love the sense of continuation at the end. Great words and image.
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Amazing Shot and entry to the Challenge… (Y)
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Wow! I love this. Very powerful.
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Loved the last line. What a photo! Yours words evoke sounds and sights. Did you notice any smells? The picture is v good. Love -Anu
It’s very hard to miss the smell! Phew! Did you know that after killing their prey, the big cats start eating from the rear quarters! Because once the stomach is opened up the smell is so strong, it attracts the scavengers!
that was good Swati..did you win a prize?
No ma’am. Just posted it a while back. The other entries are good! Glad you like it. It’s you, after all, who taught me to love précis writing!