- The challenge is to write a piece of historical fiction about it. There’s a
150 word limit. Try not to use the words tree & green.Tag 3 people to use the same genre of writing and this photo to create a post.
I was nominated by the lovely Nova to do this challenge. I just have to say it’s one of the most interesting challenges I’ve had so far. I hope I do it some justice! Do you know how hard it is to not write “tree”?lol
“The Dryads Crib”
Dryads are known for the affinity to the forests and the plants that they are born from. That they are fiercely protective of what is theirs. If a Dryad wanders to far away from the where they are too care for, they will whither and die. If it’s “crib” dies so does the Dryad.
The picture above is of what is also known as a “Dryads Crib”. It’s commonly known that when Dryads are born, they will tend to group the baby dryads together, much like a modern day delivery room. While in a cocoon type sleep, they will grow until they are eventually delivered, safely grown and protected from the roots, up.
This such an interesting challenge, I would like to challenge: