Lost Artifacts

She scribbled on the pages of old journals, creating a different villain every time.  The script was a story infinitely different from the writing she normally created on napkins in coffee shops surrounded by foreign people.  It was an accidental journey as Jane reached the cliff that night.  It signifies the hope of hanging on to old memories and a lost artifact.

 

Inspired by:  WordCloud Wednesday

Picture borrowed from: http://wepoetsshowit.com/2013/10/16/wordcloud-wednesday/#comments Copyright remains that of the original owner.

Picture borrowed from:
http://wepoetsshowit.com/2013/10/16/wordcloud-wednesday/#comments
Copyright remains that of the original owner.

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