TCWT November Blog Chain (Late)

Wow, this is late guys, sorry.
I got kind of caught up with stuff.

This month’s prompt is very different from the usual ones. It challenges the participants to let individual words express themselves, rather then sentences or paragraph or stories.
It also begs a question that has a hundred and one million different answers.
I hope you enjoy (or at least can understand) mine.

Here is the prompt for the November Blog chain.

Use pictures and individual words to show what, to you, is the essence of being a teenager.

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Journey

Dreams

Laughter

Heartbreak

Friendship

Isolation

Doubt

Fear

Hope

Family

Future

Past

Understanding

Searching

Answers

Questions

Meaning

Life

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And here is the list of every one else who is doing the blog chain! Be sure to check them out!

5th – http://vergeofexisting.wordpress.com/

6th – https://irisbloomsblog.wordpress.com/

7th – http://musingsfromnevillesnavel.wordpress.com/

8th – http://freeasagirlwithwings.wordpress.com/

9th – http://clockworkdesires.wordpress.com/

10th – http://www.pamelanicolewrites.com/

11th – http://randommorbidinsanity.blogspot.com/

12th – http://www.kirabudge.weebly.com/my-blog

13th – http://semilegacy.blogspot.com/

14th – http://oliviarivers.wordpress.com/

15th – http://miriamjoywrites.com/

16th – http://unikkelyfe.wordpress.com/

17th – http://maralaurey.wordpress.com/

18th – http://quirkyteenwriter.wordpress.com/

19th – http://butterfliesoftheimagination.wordpress.com/

20th – http://www.juliathewritergirl.com/

21st – http://whileishouldbedoingprecal.weebly.com/

22nd – http://paperdaydreams.com/

23rd – http://theedfiles.blogspot.com/

24th – http://teenscanwritetoo.wordpress.com/ (We’ll announce the topic for next month’s chain.)

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3 comments

  1. I love this! You capture a lot of what I too have felt. Being a teen is such a crazy and confusing time, between feeling surrounded by friends while also feeling utterly alone, feeling like you know so much but also so little. It’s full of paradoxes.

  2. That pretty much sums it up! It feels broad enough to reach many, if not most, of the people our age, but yet evokes very personal memories with each and every word. Way to go!

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