2♦[email protected] treehouse: Challenge the Fourth: April

Welcome back to our monthly Second Tuesday writing challenge!

From January – June, every second Tuesday of the month, we’re going to post an image here on Wonderland of a Creative Commons licensed Flickr picture to which you can respond – with poetic, prose, or whatever kind of writing – and hopefully, you’ll share a link in the comments below, so that we can visit your site, read your work and respond. No genre or style limit – just come and join the fun!

Welcome to April!

April brings with it, famously, showers and May flowers, but also National Poetry Month, as well as the National Welding Month celebration, which, I’m sure, is all the rage wherever it is. Additionally, there’s National Pecan Month to celebrate as well. This month’s image comes from Flickr user Claus Rebler of Korneuburg, Austria:


I’ve already got stories simmering, don’t you? Just leave your link in the comments below, and we look forward to reveling in your inspiration! Happy writing!

About the author

tanita s. davis is a writer and avid reader who prefers books to most things in the world, including people. That's ...pretty much it, she's very boring and she can't even tell jokes. She is, however, the author of eight books, including Serena Says, Partly Cloudy, and the Coretta Scott King honored Mare's War. Look for the new MG, Go Figure, Henri Weldon in 9/2022 from Katherine Tegen Books.


  1. @Sarah Stevenson: …literally. I always love seeing those round bales, but this is an eerily sanitized photograph. The sky is so …perfect. It's like some bizarre version of The American Dream… 40 acres and a …round bale.

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