Monday, September 6, 2010

Microfiction Monday

It's Microfiction Monday over at stony river. We are invited to write a story based on a select picture in 140 characters or less (including punctuation and spacing).

Fear instantly chilled his chest. Determination grabbed hold of his will to find his washed away love. His heart would survive the wave.

30 comments:

Mari said...

I always enjoy your microfiction days!

Ellie said...

So sad, but hope still lives. Wonderful.

Have a great week x

A. K. said...

Love your Microfiction...

Peggy said...

I believe he made it and found his love.
I also believe in faries!!! : )
Great take on the picture.
Love your blog, the paintings are beautiful on the right!

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful, sad take on the pic of the day! Love it! Hope you have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

Deborah said...

Wonderful one!

Diane said...

That's how my heart fills, it will survive the waves. Thanks for sharing. :O)

Valerie said...

Sad, yes, but remarkable microfiction

hope said...

Nothing better than a guy who won't give up on his girl.

sylviamorice said...

The poor fellow--but at least his heart will go on...
Good take on the picture. Have a great week. Cheers!

becomingkate said...

Nice!
And best of luck with your hubby's job search. Bill looked for five months, but mine went on for a year and a half!

jabblog said...

Love and determination will overcome all obstacles - apparently ;-)

bel said...

Loving the microfiction!

Creativity!! said...

Extremely Beautiful Micro Fiction :) :)

T Rex Mom said...

Nicely done - it really goes with the photo nicely but had the photo not been there I could have totally pictured this in my head.

Happy Labor Day - I know you don't get a break today as a mom hardly ever gets a break. In fact, I hear my little one stirring so I best get back to reality.

Pat said...

Oh, I like this positive ending. Love conquers all. Well done!

Jingle said...

intense words.
love the sentiments in it.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Very sad but as long as there's hope.....
Lovely to read.

Thanks for your visits and comments perhaps I don't thank people enough but believe me each comment is precious and is greatly appreciated.

Yvonne.

Angela said...

Heartbreaking, but beautiful nonetheless. Hope you are having a great holiday today! :)

Jillien said...

This is so beautiful and optimistic. I love it!

Jenners said...

Wowza. That is one scary picture but you found a way to make it inspiring. Well done.

Michelle said...

I love these... and here's hoping it isn't just his heart that survives the wave ;)

He & Me + 3 said...

That was awesome. Did he find his love? :)

Quilly said...

What if he has to die to keep his heart frm being forever broken?

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

One would think it was almost Jack and Rose.

SouthLakesMom said...

In Princess Bride Wesley said it == nothing can stop true love, not even death...

The Write Girl said...

I think this is your strongest microfiction post yet...you certainly nailed the image and the emotions. Nicely written.

Madeleine said...

Very romantic and dramatic! :O)

Susan Fobes said...

Kelly, you are a true romantic!

Gerri said...

Such a romantic!!!