Friday Fictioneers is a weekly photo-prompted, 100 word writing challenge. Warning: it’s highly addictive, and involves very fine people. If you’re interested in joining, or would like to read more of the stories, check out Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ blog; she’s our talented ringmaster. As always, I welcome honest, constructive feedback; please leave a comment.
“Rows and floes of angel hair
And ice cream castles in the air
And feather canyons everywhere
I’ve looked at clouds that way”
“There’s Micky Mouse, waving his big glove.” Allie pointed, “lower right.”
Jen squinted. “I don’t see it.”
“It’s fading already. I think rain’s coming; our picnic’s ruined.”
Allie felt tears sting her eyes, and wiped them, embarrassed.
Jen took her hand and kissed her palm.
“I see angels smiling through the dark clouds; their rays of light make everything seem possible. Nothing’s ruined when we’re together.”
Allie shyly moved closer, as they watched the sky change.
(Exactly 100 words)
The minute I saw this photo, one of my favorite songs came to mind. Take a moment to enjoy Joni Mitchell’s Both Sides Now
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