Tag Archives: micro fiction

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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Premonition

PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook Hosted by Friday Fictioneers “Can’t you do something other than collecting rocks?” he said. “They are fossils,” his son argued. “So basically rocks.” Sonny boy chose not to argue. “But why go to Thailand?” “To … Continue reading

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Love in the rain

“On hindsight, your idea of putting up umbrellas was a wiser decision,” Brian admitted good humoredly. Sarah smiled. Brian had wanted to put up kites. But the decorating team had vetoed against. Good thing they did, though Brian had sulked … Continue reading

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Haunted House

“Dare you to spend the night in the haunted house.” Dave accepted the challenge. He did not fear the old crumbling house with peeling paint and broken windows. He had spent many afternoons lying under the cherry tree in its backyard. … Continue reading

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La pleine lune

PHOTO PROMPT © Gah Learner It was that time of the month when the stars twinkled in full glory. The snow capped mountains looked more magical. The usually calm lake danced in quivered delight. Joanna standing at the bridge looked up at … Continue reading

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Mirror mirror on the wall

PHOTO PROMPT © Nathan Sowers grandson of our own Dawn M. Miller The magician said, “Ask what you want to see and the mirror shall show!” “Show me something happy,” the girl demanded. The mirror went blank and then flashed an … Continue reading

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Light and Dark

A man in pinstripe and trench coat carrying a sleek laptop bag asked a passer-by, “What is this gathering for?” “Two little girls were raped in the Park and their throats slit. We are showing our solidarity for this heinous … Continue reading

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