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NaNoWriMo Wood Sorrel

Wood Sorrel of yellow with its green heart leaves surrounded in the remnants of fairies dancing and swirling in greens, blues, yellows, orange over a background of purple with shadow in the lower left and light in the upper right.
on Flickr

November Doodle

My CLmooc friends doodle every day. Today a flower from my NaNoWriMo story, So Says the Moonstream.

Wood Sorrel, a fairy favorite with light that chases away the shadows


“The wood sorrel brighten whenever the shadow appears in strength and the fairies will sprint and spread their light in streams…And below them the wood sorrel spread, each petal bending back towards the ground and spurting brightness up past the columbine and up into the shadow…

“Soon the wood sorrel covered the entire ground and a flow of yellow and white and blue flashes rushed among them and then swirled and spiraled back towards the river with the shadow following in angry bursts of thunder bombs, not sound— but blasts of dark.”

So Says the Moonbeam
Sheri Edwards 11.14.22 NaNoWriMo

#makingarteveryday  #novemberdoodle #cldoodle22  #warmup4art #clmooc #NaNoWriMo #woodsorrel #fairies

About NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo [National Novel Writing Month] –write at least 1667 words a day to reach 50,000 total words by November 30th — fifty thousand words of a novel.

My novels: Click for this blog’s NaNoWriMo posts and Click for AskWhatElse posts, and here– links to their Flickr albums:

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