Washington D.C., USA

Arlington National Cemetery, Washington D.C., USA | Marcel Wirtz, Google Maps

Arlington National Cemetery, Washington D.C., USA | Marcel Wirtz, Google Maps

Being as it’s October, and in light of all the political hoopla happening in this neck of the woods, this week Pegman takes us to the Arlington National Cemetery in Washington DC, USA.

Your mission is to write up to 150 words inspired by the prompt. Feel free to use the location supplied above, our take your own tour of Washington D.C. via Google maps and find a view that inspires you.

You may write poetry, prose, essay, limerick, sonnet, or fiction of any flavor. Once your piece is polished, share it with others at the linkup below. Reading and commenting is part of the fun.

As always, you have up to a week from the prompt to submit your work. If you’ve been on the fence about joining in Pegman, this is a great week to dive in 🙂

Have fun and do your best!

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About k rawson

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10 Responses to Washington D.C., USA

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  2. bearmkwa says:

    there is a poem I wrote many years ago that will go perfectly with this prompt… let me see if I can find the office box and dig out the bin of mem chips. It’s a long, story poem, might go over-wordage, but it’s perfect…

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  8. Yay Karen. Timely and oh-so-relevant … And here’s mine. A true story, this one …
    https://naamayehuda.com/2019/10/13/just-be-careful/
    Na’ama

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