Dare to be Free

The Daily Post Prompt – Reservation

She stood off the periphery of the wide-open beach beyond the willowy weedy dunes, and the fading painted sign with its tattered lettering, Dare to be Free.

Her face flushed, she stepped timidly into the clear and sighed as her bare toes sank deep into the warm, gritty, sand. Her pulse beat daringly as she opened her arms wide to the rush of heat. With the wind at her back and the sting of the sun on her virgin skin, she ran discarding the tiresome reservations of her life like worn-out clothing tossed onto the disappearing footsteps in the sand.

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8 thoughts on “Dare to be Free

  1. Well… now that has some wonderful lines in it. Love the alliteration there in the first paragraph and the use of several of those words as allusions toward the topic was nicely done (okay, I don’t like adverbs and that one “daringly” glared at me).
    Cute story, overall, and what a great way to express a freedom that she is claiming for herself (which creates the question of “what is she finally free from?”)

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