Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Microfiction Muse

For Microfiction Muse, my pal, Diane, invites us to write a short, short story in 140 characters or less (including spacing and punctuation) inspired by the above photograph.

Below is my microfiction for today:

Dad looks steamed. Maybe he won't be as mad about the wreck, once he sees how I turned his favorite ride into modern art. Fingers crossed.

16 comments:

Diane said...

Doubtful but optimistic..... I like that in a person. Hugs and have a super week friend!!! :O)

welcome to my world of poetry said...

I could never do anything like you do......writing in 140 words.
This was excellent.

Yvonne.

Valerie said...

Very good, Kelly. Your vivid imagination has been at work again.

the wild magnolia said...

Who knew? Major bomb. Walk away wreck.. No broken bones. A photographer - journalist, what a story. Truth or dare, who knew?

the wild magnolia said...

I love your story, it fit the photograph perfectly. Bravo Kelly, good job girlfriend. : )

Arlee Bird said...

Yeah right! Maybe they can start another version of the Cadillac Ranch.


Lee
Tossing It Out

5thsister said...

since she's already toast, it couldn't hurt, right? Enjoyed your take on this!

Gerri said...

Such creativity!! You are amazing. :)

Jenners said...

Nope ... any dad will be mad!

T Rex Mom said...

I agree with Jenners, Dad would be mad. I always enjoy your Microfictions.

shabby girl said...

hehehe
Good one!

Randi said...

I love seeing your microfiction stories! You always make me want to know the rest of the story. Good job, once again.

Ken Devine said...

My five word muse on the photograph would be..."Wow, that was some ramp'

Teresha@Marlie and Me said...

You think of the most creative stories in response to these prompts!

have a great weekend lady!

Kim said...

You wrote a scene right out of my high school days. I got into more accidents in that first year of driving than most people do in a lifetime. In my defense I was forced to learn to drive on a stick shift! And we couldn't afford driver's ed!

Robyn Campbell said...

Awesome! I love it. Reminds me of something from my high school days. Not a wreck. But my dadai finding out I had fibbed. YIKES!