The photograph for this week’s prompt was taken from inside one of the cells at Buckingham Gaol, now a museum. The tiny castle-like building dominates the centre of the town and has a very strange atmosphere. The cell doors were not locked, but could be opene at will, yet the temptation was to close the door and see the world through that tiny slit. I could not help thinking that the cells were a perfect analogy for those who feel they are shut away from like, inside looking out….and for those who remain shut in when the door to life is open.
Souls grieve behind open doors
Yearning for freedom
Yet more great contributions this week. Some posts have been reblogged, but please click on the links below to visit all the posts and leave a comment for the author! A new prompt will be published later today…come and join in!
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