the door . . .

There is a door.

A blue door.

In the middle of nowhere. It hinges on nothing.

You don’t know where it goes.

You don’t know what it opens up to.

You circle the door, hoping to see some sign, some indication of where this door will lead.

But you have no idea.

There is a door.

A brilliantly blue door, that’s vaguely reminiscent of the Tardis’ door.

When the door is opened, it leads to wherever your heart desires.

But you must know where you want to go before you step through that door.

Do you know where you want to go?

There is a door.

In the middle of nowhere. It hinges on nothing.

The door opens.

You see a field of tall yellow-green grass knee-high, swaying with the wind.

You hear Nora Jones’ sweet sweet melody beckoning you to “Come away with me, in the night”.

There is a door.

A door that leads to wherever you desire.

Do you know where you want to go?

The door is open.

Where would you most like to go?

Come away with me and I will write you a song.

There’s a white sandy beach with a hammock between two coconut trees.

There is a snowed capped mountain with gondolas in motion.

There is the Great Wall of China.

There are the blue roofed houses of Santorini.

There’s the northern lights of Alaska, dancing across the sky, bedazzling.

There’s the pitch blackness of space speckled with glistening balls of light, large and small, glowing, and exploding, and twinkling in the dark beyond.

There’s the Sendrukan territory and the human inhabitants of Darien as they greet the just landed Earth Vessel and its inhabitants.

There is a door.

A blue door.

In the middle of nowhere. It hinges on nothing.

A door that leads to anywhere.

But where do YOU want to go?

Finally! I can say I have now finished the Creative Writing Challenge. This post marks the 30th prompt in the Challenge – Day 30, and while I procrastinate a lot . . . a LOT o.O . . . I had special difficulties formulating the idea for this post. Truth be told, I’ve started this draft sometime last year and just could not finish it.

But I am now happy to say I’ve finally finished this Challenge and can move on the bigger and better things!

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