Kaleidoscope

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Thick curtains hung over the large lounge window, dusty and moth-eaten. Wind howled through breaks in the glass, causing the velvety red curtains to move slightly, sending shards of bright light around the room.

Yellow walls, green furniture and a black and white marbled floor reflected some of the light once again, as did the old mirrors on every wall.

Prisms of rainbow-coloured light danced, streaking across whatever surface they could find. Some stretched long and thin, brilliant blues and purples visible. Others became solid white spheres.

Some light orbs floated freely around the room, reveling in their kaleidoscopic paradise.

13 comments on “Kaleidoscope”

    1. Aw, thanks, Prenin.
      I’m having a go at writing some 100 word obscure posts around different Hallowe’en themes this year. They may not make much sense, but that’s my intention. (Erm… the 100-word posts, not the not making sense… :D)

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    1. And then, Raili?
      Then???
      I have no idea. Hehehe.
      The orbs drift off back into the afterlife, and I’d rather just wait for them to come back here – on their own accord – right at the moment! πŸ˜€

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            1. Well, I’ve lost said ‘skills’ for now, Icewolf. The free website I used to add special effects to my pictures is now no longer free, and I don’t edit that many pictures to justify paying; so I have to find other ways to edit now.
              Or really learn how to do them myself… now, there’s an idea! πŸ˜€

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