Tag Archives: micro fiction

Bonfire

Image by Yours Truly! Written for Friday Fictioneers Bonfire The country had never seen such bitter cold before. The cold had penetrated into his old weary bones. He saw the golden flames of a fire in the distance and started … Continue reading

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Honest Lad

W PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson Written for Friday Fictioneers HONEST LAD “Don’t play cricket in the driveway. Something’s bound to break,” shouted Mrs. K at the bunch of kids before leaving for the market. Who pays heed to an eccentric … Continue reading

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Little Wish

PHOTO PROMPT © Priya Bajpai Written for Friday_Fictioneers  Little Wish “Can I read just one wish?” Rita asked. “No!” “Just a tiny peek!” “If you read the wish, then God won’t grant it. You should know better, mum,” Thea answered matter-of-factly. … Continue reading

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Past Life

Picture Credit © Russell Gayer Written for Friday Fictioneers Past Life Looking at the ominous mountain of white sand, he knew he had come home. Seeing it in his dream every night since he was a young boy, he knew it … Continue reading

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Sunday Outing – #FridayFictioneers

PHOTO PROMPT © Randy Mazie Written for Friday Fictioneers A creature of habit, he woke up at 6:15 am. A cold shower and a good shave made him look human, as Lily never failed to tell him. Donning his best suit, … Continue reading

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New beginnings #FridayFictioneers

Image by Adam Ickes Linking to Rochelle Wisoff’s Friday Fictioneers She delighted in the absence of the shoes. 13 years she had lived with them, seeing them every day parked at the front door, a grim reminder of the hurt, … Continue reading

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Guardian Angel

PHOTO PROMPT © Jilly Funell Hosted by Friday Fictioneers “I badly need coffee.” “Let’s go to the tower first. Visiting hours will end soon,” she urged. They got a panoramic bird’s eye view of the city. But he could only see the … Continue reading

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