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Tag Archives: fandango’s flash fiction challenge
The image below is from MilosCreativeArt at DeviantArt. This was weird. The clouds had fallen to obscure most of the road, choking the landscape. There was no above, only here, and he was alone. A blend of blue, white and … Continue reading
The image below is from agevla77 at DeviantArt. For the visually challenged writer, the image shows a man dressed as a clown with a sad expression walking outside in a wintry storm. Following redundancy, the only job available had been … Continue reading
Only yesterday You were here in my arms. Less than twenty four hours ago, Now you are gone. How I wish I could turn back the clock, Swallow those words Instead of voicing them out loud, Was it really Only … Continue reading
The image below is from the Google Photo Frame and has been chosen by Fandango for his photoprompt challenge this week. For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows two sets of parallel railroad tracks heading toward a pedestrian walkway … Continue reading
Chloe was fascinated by the old boy who came in every day and stood at the same section, though today there was something different. She couldn’t quite put her finger on it, and wondered if this time he would actually … Continue reading
OK, I’m a day late with my response, but nothing hit me yesterday, but today it did, all be it brief! This week’s picture is from Noah Berger for the Chronicle.com. Thanks Fandango Today they would finally meet. It was … Continue reading