Every Friday, writers from around the globe join to write tiny tales in response to a photo prompt posted on Rochelle’s blog. It takes discipline to write a piece using only 100 words! It’s also fun to take part in the blog hop and to read and comment the stories written by other writers. 🙂
This week’s photo prompt has been supplied by Madison Woods. We decided to write interlocking tales again!
Joanna’s story ~ ‘The Perilous Price of Happiness’
“Eww, that’s gross!” Belle choked, covering her nose. “Let’s head back, before we miss Curfew.”
Shaun’s calculating gaze roamed over the slimy mountain of rubbish. “Wait, babe – see that old mirror near the top? You said you wanted one! Told you this recce would be worth it!”
Belle’s smile was luminous. “Can you get it?”
Shaun reached high into the glutinous mess. Ugh, it was disgusting, but Belle’s happiness was priceless. His fingertips stretched … but something had captured his wrist… and it tightened and sucked and spread and smothered …
The last sound he heard was Belle’s scream.
Ron’s Story ~ ‘Home’
Yes, this is where I live. Safe, secure, and right. I can hear human voices……..
It might not look much to you, but to me it’s grothome. Disparaging, unsympathetic, condemning. I acknowledge their world, I have to. I see their weird forms and … well, I live with them. I have no choice, they impose themselves on me. I might not be as them, but I am equal to them! I am worth my place in this environment. I live here!
No, you will not take from me. Beware, I am more than you see.
I’ll show them; come here.
The tales written by other writers who’ve taken part this week can be found by clicking the blue frog below.
We hope you enjoyed these tiny tales! If you like writing and want to take part in Fictioneers, please visit Rochelle’s blog for the “how to” guide. 🙂 All are welcome!
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