The gondola dipped to the high-town landing and I climbed out. I carried no baggage, sent ahead to the pension, except memory. Childhood, youth, young manhood. The little war, the famous siege that nearly killed me. I was lucky, they said, the doctors, when I woke in the field hospital of the international forces. Lucky. –Two Dead Men by ALEX JEFFERS

Fiction Writing Prompt: Write the story of a lucky man who arrives back to the scene of his near death experience.

Journaling Prompt: Write about the most interesting way you have ever travelled.

Art Prompt: Gondola ride

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Tell your audience a dramatic story about an escape from death.

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