I am water. I can quench your thirst, or quietly drown you. I am calm. But below the surface, there are currents. I surround and become that which I touch, taking it in, cleaning it, giving it back. Eroding it. Destroying it. I am a shallow pool allowing things to grow and develop. I can be bitter cold, I can freeze until you want to snap. I can be hot. I can scald, I can boil and evaporate and soar to unseen heights. I can cradle you and gently lift you, soft waves rocking you. But be aware that when I am stirred and riled, I can dash you into the rocks.
Daydreamer Challenge, Day 2. I had a rough time coming up with an idea today, I’ll admit.
Today’s rules were to either 1) Find or take a photograph that represents you and giving a paragraph explaining why; or 2) Pick a word that describes you best and explain why.
I suppose I’ve done both, using the photograph and the word “water,” though the two are linked together.
Thank you, Caitlin, for another fun challenge.