Ice Ice Baby.

 

Frozen.

I’d never found courage enough to do it before.

I sat with my back against the window for the first time. The subtle sound of stepping feet came first. Then the silhouette in my peripheral. Then followed the slow tingling whisper of breath on the back of my neck.

As the sensation shot through the hairs on my skin, into each vertebrae of my spine and through the very bones holding me there, I turned to ice.

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  1. […] week’s prompt was Ice and I felt inspired to write about a situation that may, for some, turn blood cold – the […]

  2. Donna-Louise Bishop says: Reply

    It took a while to find the inspiration for something this week. I hope you enjoy.

  3. […] Just about squeezed in with the current Literary Lion prompt: ice. […]

  4. […] Thank to Laura and her Literary Lion. Here is my take on this week’s prompt: Ice […]

  5. Andy says: Reply

    To do what? What? Tell me!

  6. Andy says: Reply

    Here is my painful attempt > Sciatica. Warning: Contains images of a bum.

    https://thisismyironlung.wordpress.com/2015/11/19/sciatica/

    1. Did you wimp out and take the bum down? The link isn’t working and I cannot find it on your blog…

      1. Andy says: Reply

        Yeah. It was shit. Not deserving of your fine Lion. “Wimp out” is a harsh assessment though. More self-refining myoutput/yourinput.

        1. Ah sorry, I thought the removal was all about the bum, not the words. That’s a shame, I’m sure they weren’t as bad as you thought.

          1. Andy says: Reply

            I’ve moved home btw – think you may need to re-FOLLOW. pullmeoutoftheaircrash.wordpress.com
            (If you want, of course …)

      2. Donna-Louise Bishop says: Reply

        This is a shame – the bum was quite saucy. Was it yours Andy?

  7. […] This post is in response to Laura Gabrielle Feasey’s blogging event literary lion. This week prompt picked up by the literary lion is “Ice”. You can view the details and other participant posts by clicking at this link. […]

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