Creeping through the earth with renewed vigour and joy, darling blossoming buds, trees of tomorrow, and butterflies to be, rejoice as emptiness resounds.
Human buzz, now only a hazy memory.
My entry for day 7 of the Writers Victoria Flash Fiction 2020 competition. Today’s prompt: hazy. Read more on Twitter.
It wasn’t novel. From the winged to legged, cannibals always devoured flesh food. But for once, they were having doubts. Until one braved.
“Oh, it’s just an old blind bat.”
My entry for day 6 of the Writers Victoria Flash Fiction 2020 competition. The challenge: to write a 30-word story incorporating the prompt of the day. Today’s is “blind”. Read more stories on Twitter.
Motors came to a grinding halt. Journeys and cruise ships became just a muse. As the earth healed and world struggled, it’s all hocus-pocus shrugged the potus.
It’s day 5 of the Writers Victoria Flash Fiction 2020 competition. Every day throughout April, they’ll share a one-word prompt challenging enthusiasts to create 30-word stories. This is mine for the prompt, hocus-pocus. Read more flash fiction on Twitter.
Bright lights and deafening music engulfed me. It was normal—just another day with friends. With every drink, I radiated oodles of joy. Life blurred.
And then we got corona.
This is my interpretation of today’s prompt: blur. It’s for the Writers Victoria Flash Fiction 2020 competition. 30 days, 30 prompts, 30 words. See more #WVFlashFic20 entries here.
Calmly sets the sun,
despite these unsettling times—
a bright horizon.