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Flash in the Pan: Life on a Sandbar (125 words)

Waiting for his brother to get home to let him in he stood outside his camper door smoking a cigarette and feels the cold east wind cut right through him. He raises his sweatshirt hood over his head, and as he turns around to shield the cold wind from his face he sees that the sound has been pushed inland from the hurricane’s high forced winds. Feeling very nervous now he takes a puff off his smoke then feels the wind change directions blowing the warm westerly wind onto his face. He knows now that the once sucked up sound that was once present to the edge of the marina is now returning furiously like a raging fire. But never lived to tell the story.

This post is dedicated to the M3 flash fiction challenge

Chosen word: Fire

Inspired by Red at:

http://mommasmoneymatters.com/flash-fiction/

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  1. Fabbo flash, Deb. I have been that close to a tornado during a hurricane. Very intense, but very cool feeling.

    Love the fresh spring like look. Very clean 😉 ❤ xxx

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  2. Marvelously done and I am sure close to heart and home Deb.

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  3. Deb ty swietnie piszesz….

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  4. Wonderfully dark Deb. 🙂

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  5. Good one Deb! 🙂

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  6. Binky

     /  November 6, 2012

    Nice, but I hope you just stay away from them!

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  7. Good job. You write as well as you paint and that is a compliment.

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  8. Good job Deb! Didn’t know you were a writer as well! Love the new theme 🙂

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    • I didn’t know either….lol. Thank Madhu, and for the comment about the theme too. 🙂

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  9. Nice tale that keeps you reading to the end. By the way love the new page Deb.

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  10. What a powerful piece, Deb!
    I could almost feel the wind come out from my computer screen!
    🙂

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  11. Intriguing story Deb. A shame that he died.

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  12. I can’t help wonder who voted against Fraz. Fascists!!! 😛

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  13. Androgoth

     /  November 9, 2012

    An excellent FTP Deb and thank you
    for offering such a fine read 🙂 Have a
    wonderful rest of evening now Deb and
    do enjoy your weekend wrestling 😉

    Andro xxx

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