It’s Time for Friday FIctioneers Rochelle’s September 4 2015 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. One photo prompt, 100 writers, 100, words, 100 different stories. Join us!
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You’ll find my contribution below this week’s photo prompt; Critiques welcome!
Genre: Realistic Fiction Word Count: 99
The grimy windows. Babies crying. No lift. All the legitimate complaints her mother rattled off. She didn’t care. It was done. All hers. Her first flat. Where she could dream of Life, of Love. A future. Stifling heat from summers solstice meant screen less, airless apartment windows were always open. The night creatures flitted from floor to floor. Aromas, some good and fabulous. Some not so, wafting up stairs. Conversations. Stories. She loved her new Life. She loved her new digs. The Walk Up she called it, fondly. The place where she would make a new go of it.
Shandra White Harris
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