“Each week Carry On Tuesday will publish either a famous quotation or a line from a book, song or poem and invite you to Carry On where words stop. You may use some of the words or all of them either at the start of your piece or within the body of your work.”
This week’s inspiration prompt is a quote from Mahatma Gandhi
“An eye for an eye will make the whole world go blind.“
“An eye for an eye will make the whole world go blind” to me is a pearl of truth.
If this quote were true, what would we come to be? Would we see the world in fresh ways? What would our hearts, our minds and souls tell us? Would we hold out our hands for a new feel or stroke? What would our hands tell us? Would it give us a chance to grasp the truth in each of us? Would we be free to see the world with new sight? Would we be more bold than we are now?
In addition to the “Carry On Tuesday” prompt, I combined:
Form: “100 word – one syllable” challenge