it's fine to use pencil...
Well..a very different take on the prompt.. someone involved with legal processes would understand the gravity...I am aware only to the extent of reading John Grisham.. Liked it..
"Wreckage of his own deceit" is a line which sums it all. Different take!!
You can see it all in that man's face - you've captured the moment perfectly..I don't recognise him. Is he part of a news story in the US at the moment? Thanks for visiting.. Jae
And so it goes with lies and deceit... sooner or later it all falls apart.
Very cool take on this prompt. And unfortunately, it seems to happen a bit too often. Still, your choice of words made it really come to life.
What a very good use of the words. The sort of reaction that makes one think 'Of course!'
oh that is so very very good!!! i wonder is this a real event? just wondering.....
I like this. So succinct.
The picture is real; this man was convicted on two counts of first degree murder and is serving a life sentence.The words--well I just put them together for 3ww.
Very clever use of the words.
*giggle*I really liked "right there in the witness stand," the feel of eyewitness account it gave to it.