RDP-SUNDAY-TREPIDATION

If you’ve ever trembled with fright, you know something of both the sensation and etymology of trepidation. The word comes from the Latin verb trepidare, which means “to tremble.” (Merriam-Webster)

We have all known the feeling. We have all suffered through the dreaded day of a test, or a speech, or (worst of all) a parent using your full and complete name.

The Sunday Ragtag Daily Prompt is:

TREPIDATION

Take the word and let it tell your story. Do it in prose or poetry, pictures or drawings. Then post it here with the tags “RDP”, “Ragtag Daily Prompt”, and “Trepidation”. Set a pingback or copy and paste your creation in the comments. Don’t forget to come back to see what everyone else has done.

See you next Sunday!!!

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