Shandra Lee. With Heart Wide Open. A Miracle In The Making.

Dominican Republic for What Pegman Saw Flash Fiction

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Genre: Historical Fiction Dominican Republic

Photo prompt: WHAT PEGMAN SAW

Reconnaissance crew returned, solemn, reporting the ease with which to take the harbor .

Every able-bodied man taken by ages of war of revolution. Sent to the front lines to fight and die.

All that was left were women, children, and feeble old men.

Raising sails, by cover of darkness our ship glide across the moonless sea; salty waves breaking ashore.

First light shown our newly hoisted flag. Trading peaceful presence for war.

Our homework done; that pristine city would be under my rule by noon.

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40 years later,   Dominican Republic country profile – BBC News

Anyone welcome to linkup! and by the by, YOU have no idea how much I want to play with the Pirates of the Caribbean:  humor. Showing great discipline , indeed. Until next time. Keep writing! Shandra

WHAT PEGMAN SAW | a weekly flash fiction prompt inspired by …

What Pegman Saw is a weekly fiction prompt utilizing Google Maps. The assignment is to write a story–150 words or less–based upon your own street view tour, using the location link provided.

Flash fiction is a valuable training tool for all writers. It helps promote clarity and precision by forcing the writer to be succinct.

A new What Pegman Saw prompt will be posted every Friday at midnight CST in the Locations section. Have fun, and do your best always.


18 Replies to “Dominican Republic for What Pegman Saw Flash Fiction”

  1. Such a powerful and intense story captured in so few words! For the record, on you get 150 words to play with, so a tad more than Friday Fictioneers 100. Nonetheless, you packed a ton of storytelling into way less than that! Great to have you on Pegman 🙂

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