Have you ever looked over an edge and seen them? If you have, you’re lucky. Once they know you’ve seen them, they will usually never come after you again. You’ll know that you can continue to enjoy life while looking over the edge (but not for too long).
Many of us think of looking over the edge (or being on the edge) as a terrifying place we’d rather not find ourselves. Of course, it depends what you see when looking over the edge, but don’t forget that being on the edge can sometimes bring excitement (or give us that push we were looking for).
Who or what are ‘them’?
Some of you may be wondering what or who I was referring too when I mentioned ‘them’ in the first sentence of this post. Yes, I’ve seen them, and they have tried to capture me many times, but I’ve always managed to escape them.
They are tiny, horrible looking creatures that have lived on this planet for millions of years longer than the human race. Often invisible to the human eye, they feed on wether you think you’ve seen them, even for a split-second. Do that and it gives them the chance of pulling you over the edge.
Can you see them peering back at me in this photo?
Now that I have told you about them, they’re likely to follow you everywhere you go. In the hope that you’ll remember reading about them, they may decide to pull you over the edge where you can join their world. But, remember what I said. Don’t look for too long.
Warning: This is what you should avoid.
It’s not only when looking down that they see you. They see you when looking or being at the edge in the other three dimensions too. And let’s not forget about the fifth dimension. That is when they are at their deadliest.
Here’s what you need to do to join this week’s Sunday Stills challenge.
Write a brand new post and share your photos, stories, poetry, or thoughts, about being on or looking over an/the edge. What do you see when looking or being on the edge of something? Describe what’s there and tell us if it’s friendly, a foe, or if it makes you feel excited.
If you’re brave enough, tell us about the creatures I talked about in this post. Have you seen them? What did they look like to you? Were they friendly, or did they scare you?
Don’t forget to create a pingback to this post so that other participants can read your post.
Special note: Due to ongoing problems with pingbacks not all working on WordPress, I’d recommend that you also leave a link to your ‘Sunday Stills’ post in the comments section of this post.
Entries for this challenge can be posted all week (not just on a Sunday).
I look forward to looking over edge with you. Have fun!
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