Sunday Photo Fiction – August 28th 2016

The idea of Sunday Photo Fiction is to create a story / poem or something using around about 200 words with the photo as a guide. It doesnโ€™t have to be centre stage in the story, I have seen some where the placement is so subtle, the writer states where it is.

Once you have written and posted your story, please add the link to the inlinkz froggy icon below and add it to the collection so we can all have a read.

The main object is to have fun.

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23 thoughts on “Sunday Photo Fiction – August 28th 2016

  1. OK whose heraldic symbol is it. I could only find/ translate some of the words…French.
    Something about God and the right hand, maybe disliking evil and using pure or good thought.

    There is quite a bit going on with the lions, unicorn, harp and griffins.

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      1. There were some other words… but they are half hidden by ‘ribbon’. Cool. I was reading a book about Royal families and Popes… and how sometimes it wasn’t so good to have all that power.

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      2. OK I found this:
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieu_et_mon_droit – Which boiled down to:
        See the link for the political meaning.
        Not really religious at all…
        And this is the hidden part:
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honi_soit_qui_mal_y_pense
        “Shame on whosoever would think badly of it,” or “May he be shamed who thinks badly of it”
        or… “Shame be to him who thinks evil of it.” It is sometimes re-interpreted as “Evil (or shame) be to him that evil thinks.”

        So now I have more to incorporate or tweek ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks. I thought the sentence was one continuous one, not two separate ones, which it apparently is. Thanks for your help ๐Ÿ™‚

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      3. Thanks Jules. Because of the two links it set it for approval, but I was checking through today rather than what I normally do lol.

        Great bit of research there. I look forward to seeing how you incorporate that.

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