It was at the exact moment when the sun hit the ground that life was able to surge.
It became contagious, as it moved across the forest floor and the life within the ground strung into action.
The light was food, a substance that helped those wanting to germinate, for those wishing to sprout, for those wanting a little warmth; it was there to satisfy their every need.
Above the ground the creatures opened their arms and took in the light, it not only warmed their hearts but also gave them hope.
As long as the sun shed its light their way, they continued to shine in its glow.
The two-legged forest inhabitants had long marvelled at the power the light generated.
They watched the sun flowers turn their colourful heads towards it and soak up all that was life-giving.
The forest inhabitants took nothing for granted, knowing the light was an important part of the cycle of life.
“Where might we be without it?” said one as they sat in a circle in the light. There were nods of agreement all round as each creature shifted a fraction to stay in the light.
Written for: https://scvincent.com/2019/03/28/thursday-photo-prompt-bright-writephoto/
Wonderful take on the prompt.
Oh thank you so much.
You’re welcome 🙂
Lovely, Michael… what indeed would we be without the light…?
It gets us through most days doesn’t it.
Even when it is grey 😉
Thankful for what the light gives us. Beautiful write Michael.
Very well written. Where indeed we would be without light
Reblogged this on LIVING THE DREAM.
YOU CAN SMELL THE BLUEBELLS AND THE DISTANT PINE TREES, CHINA
Thanks so much China
Nice one, Michael. Without the light it would be very dark indeed. 🙂
Indeed it would
Both metaphotical and meteorological
Light, especially from the sun has such an uplifting quality about it. Unlike the plant kingdom, we may not be nourished so much by the sun, but it is a great nurturer for the soul. Very well told, Michael.
Reblogged this on anita dawes and jaye marie.
This is very beautiful, Michael.
Thanks so much Robbie
This is beautiful Micheal a real celebration. 💜💜
Thanks willow I appreciate you stopping by to read.
I really enjoyed it 💜
Pingback: Photo prompt round-up: Bright #writephoto | Sue Vincent's Daily Echo
Nice one. I enjoyed it.
Thank you Michele.