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#Ragtag Daily Prompt-Whiskers

The Old Tomcat’s Final Journey

The old tomcat lay in the sun, basking in the warmth. His whiskers stirred in the breeze, and his eyes closed in contentment. He was getting on in years, and his hunting days were behind him. Now, he was content to spend his days napping in the sun and watching the younger cats chase each other around.

Suddenly, he heard a commotion near the edge of the clearing. He lifted his head and saw a group of young cats circling something on the ground. Intrigued, he got up and hobbled over to see what was going on.

As he got closer, he could see that they were gathered around a small, brown-and-white rabbit. The poor thing was terrified, and its eyes were wide with fear. The old tomcat remembered the days when he would have pounced on such a creature without a second thought. But those days were gone, and he only watched now as the younger cats played with their prey.

After a few minutes, the rabbit managed to break free from the group and dashed off into the underbrush. The young cats watched it go with looks of disappointment, and then they began to disperse.

The Closet

It was a dark and stormy night, and young George was home alone. He had been left in charge of the house while his parents went out for dinner. As he sat in the living room, he heard a noise coming from the closet. He slowly got up from his chair and approached the closet door. He put his hand on the doorknob, but hesitated. He was scared of what might be inside.

Finally, he summoned up his courage and opened the door. To his surprise, there was nothing inside but his mother’s clothes. He let out a sigh of relief and went back to the living room to watch TV.

Word Of The Day Challenge -Prolific

Prolific Writer

Prolific writer, always producing
Giving the world a gift with every new piece
Never ceasing, always in motion
The written word is your passion
and life’s purpose

You have a gift, a natural talent
for crafting beautiful words
They flow from you like a river
and touch everyone who reads them
Your words have the power to inspire
and change lives

Thank you for your prolific gift
For sharing your talent with the world
And making it a better place
With your words.


Fiona’s Autumn Adventure

It was a typical autumn day in Scotland and the leaves were falling gently from the trees. The sky was a deep blue and the air was crisp and cool. Fiona loved days like this, when she could just sit outside and enjoy the peace and quiet.

She was sitting on a sheet that she had spread out on the ground, and she was wrapped in a blanket to keep warm. She had a book in her lap and was slowly turning the pages, savouring every word. She loved getting lost in a good book, and today was the perfect day for it.

Suddenly, she heard a rustling in the bushes behind her. She sat up straight, alert and ready to run if necessary. However, she relaxed when she saw a small rabbit appear.

The rabbit hopped over to her and sat down, looking at her with its big, brown eyes. Fiona felt a sudden surge of affection for the creature and reached out to stroke its fur. It was so soft and silky.

She and the rabbit sat there together for a while, enjoying the peace and quiet of the autumn day.

Do you believe in fate/destiny?

Do you believe in fate/destiny?

I do believe in fate or destiny. I do not think that everything is predestined and that we have no control over our lives. However, I do believe that there are certain events and circumstances that are meant to be. I believe that we are meant to meet certain people and experience certain things for a reason. I think that everything happens for a reason and that our lives are unfolding exactly as they should.

I think that believing in fate or destiny can be a comforting thought. It can be reassuring to think that everything happens for a reason and that there is a plan for our lives. It can help us to make sense of the tough times and to have faith that things will work out in the end.

However, I also think that believing in fate or destiny can be dangerous. If we believe that everything happens for a reason, then we may start to believe that we are powerless to change our lives. We may start to think that there is no point in trying to make things better because it is all part of the plan.

I think that it is important to believe in something bigger than ourselves. Whether that is fate, destiny, God, or the Universe, it can help us to feel connected.