A flower, made of paint and plastic grew up the side of the concrete wall, over the dirt and the cracks. He'd painted it there himself, as a reminder that beautiful things could grow anywhere. She always had loved flowers. This is for Three Line Tales. Thanks to Sonya for running the challenge and Bruno... Continue Reading →
The Violet Sundrop was the rarest flower in the world. For years, it was only a green bud growing on a seemingly innocuous tree, indistinguishable from any other. It could lie like that for decades, even centuries, bottled up like a genie waiting to burst free. It would bide its time, saving itself until the... Continue Reading →
Black skies Grey water Pale moonlight Cold steel Red stain And a white flower, tossed forevermore on a relentless tide...
Technicolor Ocean Glass-winged butterfly Flutters from white tulip to golden buttercup Red roses beckon Crimson beauty disguising dagger-sharp thorns A sea of flowers surges out Over caramel earth and verdant grass The butterfly glides over them A sailor alone in that floral ocean Giving himself to the rise and fall of wine-dark tides His... Continue Reading →
It's Monday and you know what that means. Or maybe you don't. Either way, here's a piece I did for Mondays Finish the Story Flash Fiction Challenge. Sorry, no cats this time. Here's a link to the original challenge. Word Count- 149 The team employed the use of Nightshade to get the information they wanted from their... Continue Reading →