Down By The Bay For Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

It’s Time for Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ Friday Fictioneers prompt! The task is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. Contributors from all over the world join in each week.

You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the Froggy. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.

You’ll find my contribution below this week’s photo prompt; Critiques welcome!

Genre: Fantasy  Word Count: 96

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Photo by @ ce ayr ‘Demolition’

DOWN BY THE BAY

Moisture? Not a cloud in sight. Yet spray misted my face once more. Wiping it away, I brought it to my lips. Salty? What the…?

40 years in this city. All right Down town. Salt water? Certainly, someone’s idea of a joke.

‘Hang on Harriet . Breathe. You’re losing it, old girl’. Giggling, the Old Woman thought of that RAFFI  song she’d played (til the tape finally broke) for her own muchkins.

How silly they’d think her now. Ignoring the playful splashes of the spouting pod, on she walked, humming BABY BELUGA while thinking FREE WILLY.

Shandra White Harris

To see more Fiction stories click on any of the “related to” links below this post. Or click a fiction tag to see the kit and kaboodle. Dare ya….

9 comments

  1. Can’t watch the video (blocked in my country), and due to different background don’t get all of the references, so I’m probably not getting it completely, but it still is an interesting story. Free Willy!

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