Fiction

An Old Friend (TT #151)

27th August 2019 — 5

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Fiction

An Old Friend (TT #151)

27th August 2019 — 5

This lovely writing prompt is courtesy of Kat Myram’s weekly Twittering Tales photo challenge. Simply dream up a story in 280 characters based on the photo. Here’s my effort why not have a go yourself.

The snap of a twig.
The scales along his neck instinctively shimmered, he’d been followed.
“Please don’t go,’ she panted, “we need you.”
“Child,’ he hissed, “your elders disagree.”
“I need you,” she sobbed.
“You don’t need me,” his tail whipped, “You can imagine so much more!”

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5 comments

  • kiabooks

    27th August 2019 at 11:34 pm

    Don’t we all have trouble releasing our childhood imaginary friends?

    Reply

  • Kat Myrman

    29th August 2019 at 4:11 am

    Wonderful tale! The magic of childhood! Who says we have to leave it behind?! 😉 Thank you for joining the challenge.

    Reply

  • Shweta Suresh

    31st August 2019 at 2:28 pm

    Oh. The pang of losing an imaginary friend. Beautifully written.

    Reply

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