Snowglobe Worlds

Posted: December 13, 2017 by J.A. Prentice in Flash Fiction
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The bear – a little too white, too soft – frolicked in the pristine snow and the little girl clapped her hands, smile spread to show her slightly-crooked white teeth.

“It’s beautiful, daddy,” she said, tugging at his hand like she was trying to pull it off.

But he remembered when there had been real bears, when there had been real snow, when there had been a world outside holograms and domes, so very, very long ago.


This is for Three Line Tales. Thanks to Sonya for providing the challenge and Caterina Sanders for providing the prompt photo!

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Comments
  1. Now, there is a zoo that I never want to witness. Your take on this is an interesting one. Thank you for sharing it. You might like mine, too.

    “Polar Plunge”
    Annie at ~McGuffy’s Reader~

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  2. It may well come to that.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. So sad – I fear it might end up being true.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Very real doomsday scenario not just for the poor polar bears but for all of us. Well written.

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