Three Posts Using the Word Lithograph

Hey Dear Fellow bloggers, hope your week is going fine. Here is my next attempt to write three different posts using the word “Lithograph” –  A Thought, a poem, and flash fiction. I am providing links to all the three posts below. Let me know your views and thoughts.

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Lithograph  – A Thought

He embossed her name on his heart like an emblem, and the bleeding veins often shone through his pensive smile as he displayed his time-worn lithograph with vengeance on his mind 

Lithograph  – A Poem

And lost in my own world,
searching for peace,
I became a wanderer,
never stayed anywhere for long,
a delirious mind chased me around
without giving any respite
and more I ran away
more strongly it came back to haunt,
and in one such skittish dash
I took shelter in an old tomb cobwebs laden place
an enticing eerie invited me in
and on a dilapidated wall
I saw some writing lithographic display
of a defiant verse
stating the following

“Close your eyes, the truth is within you searching you with equal vigor”

and I sat down in that deserted place
with eyes closed as prescribed
and at last, we found each other
the soul and me
and I was not a wanderer anymore

Lithograph – A Flash Fiction 

She was chained and held in a dungeon, desires diminishing so was her chance to escape. Bereaved she was, but never deprived of hope and see wrote resilience on the oubliette walls where she was captivated. And a century later her words carved on the lithographs were preached by oracles on how to keep the flame burning when everything else works towards demolishing one’s defiant grit

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