What do you see # 150 – Past Life

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What do you see # 147 – Drowned

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Friday Fictioneers: Doomed to the Max

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot
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What do you see # 146 – Welcome Home

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Friday Fictioneers: Interestingly Wonderful and Distracting

PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook
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What do you see # 137 – Beyond the Gate

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#Writephoto – The Magical Garden

Open – Image by KL Caley
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Friday Fictioneers: If I must, I must…

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields
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Friday Fictioneers: Just Another Legend

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Friday Fictioneers: The Peeper

PHOTO PROMPT© Roger Bultot

All it took was a momentary flash.

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Friday Fictioneers: A B.U.G Story

Yes, it’s my voice, but I wrote this in a male persona, so… 😀

Wah…whoa, I’m feeling a bout of vertigo coming on. Where am I? The last thing I remember was walking in the park. Why is everything so big?

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Friday Fictioneers: Earth Day

PHOTO PROMPT © David Stewart

I don’t recall what happened. All I remember is walking alongside the river with my fiancee, Mark, on Earth Day when several loud pop, pop, pop rang in the air. Next thing I knew, I was falling backwards into Mark’s arms, “Leila, what do I do?” He said frantically.

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Friday Fictioneers: The World Beneath


I watch as the water drains from the pipe above into the well below. It must be still raining up above, I think. Most of the city must be underwater by now.

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Friday Fictioneers: Trouble Abroad


I should’ve known, Savannah thought as she sat in the cold metal chair of a police interrogation room. She’s thirteen but appears mature for her age.

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Friday Fictioneers: Prepping for Christmas

PHOTO PROMPT © Jennifer Pendergast

“What’s with all the gingerbread cookies?” May’s jaw dropped at the sight of the trays of badly decorated gingerbread cookies on the kitchen counter.

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Friday Fictioneers: Too Many Deaths

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson

Alright, let’s see…

Winter’s night, ground full of snow, she meets him, keels over and dies.

Oh wait, he meets her, faints in her arms and dies???

Ah, what’s wrong with me and death?

I dream about death…

I write about death…

Wait, have I been experiencing bouts of existential crises?

Have I?


Let’s start over…

The gal is looking to die and the dude helps inject the first dose of lethal injection into her arm and leaves. The next morning, he’s found outside, death by hypothermia.

Wait, didn’t I hear this in a play a few days ago?

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#Writephoto – Neptune

Neptune Image by KL CALEY

The statue of King Neptune was the first thing she saw when she arrived at the park. As she stood by the pond, waiting for the guy she’d been texting with to show up for their date, her gaze traveled to the statue in the middle of the pond. She knew who that was unlike many people.

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Friday Fictioneers: Imprisoned


Approaching the Mystical Tree, she whispered, “Grandfather?” Slowly, a white, bony hand emerges.

“You’ve come, child.”

“Yes and I brought nourishment.” She handed him the bags of blood. Thirstily, he devoured bag upon bag. “I wish I brought more.”

“You did good, child. I will be satiated for days. Besides, it isn’t as though I have anywhere to be other than this prison.”

“I’m working on getting you out of this horrid place, grandfather. I promise I will get you out.”

He chuckled, “Five centuries of imprisonment and it still feels like yesterday when the old bat cast the spell.”

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Friday Fictioneers: Soulmates


I am the epitome of true love. For almost 25 years, he had dominated my dreams. Whenever I closed my eyes, I could see him in my dreams. Whenever I looked up at the stars, his face would be the only one I saw.

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Photo Challenge #357: The Dream

Photo by Luca Nardone on Pexels.com

I opened my eyes and felt my heart leap from my chest as I stared into the foggy abyss. I am acrophobic. Who’s idea is this?

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Appointment of a Fun-sucker #writephoto #shortstory #flashfiction #humor

Credit: Sue Vincent

Wee, I laugh as I soar across the sky. This is fun, much more fun than being a human. Wee…

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Friday Fictioneers: Hoping for Guidance

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot

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Friday Fictioneers: History Test

PHOTO PROMPT© Sandra Crook

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