Fun with Homophones

Piecing puzzles, she found her peace.


Piece/Peace, similarly uttered, differently destined.


From pieces to a peaceful home.


Fun with Homophones :- Homophones are those words having different meanings, different spellings, but with the same pronunciation. Eg :- See/Sea, Piece/Peace, Flower/Flour, etc. The prompt word is “Peace” and I thought of having some fun with it and turned it into a six words homophone tales.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Shweta Suresh for running the 6WSP Challenge # 51. The word for the week is “Peace” and one has to spin a six words story revolving around the prompt word. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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