Great Yarmouth, UK

Long John’s Showbar, Great Yarmouth, UK

Ahoy there! This week Pegman is still over in jolly old England. After chatting with the talented Crispina over at CrimsonProse. I became intrigued with doing Great Yarmouth. Be sure to check out her blog and thank her for the intriguing location.

Plenty of history as well as current events to inspire you–or feel free to take the location in an entirely fantastical direction. Your only constraint is to limit your poetry/prose/essay to 150 words. You may use the image supplied in the prompt or find your own view of Great Yarmouth.

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About k rawson

YA author, freelance writer, technoligista, mom
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11 Responses to Great Yarmouth, UK

  1. crimsonprose says:

    Oh, my word, this is going to be so-so difficult for me. 🙂 But more seriously, I shall give it my best.

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