Friday Fictioneers: The Waiting Game

Friday Fictioneers Vengeance 3

Thank you to Danny Bowman for this beautiful image.

Friday Fictioneers is a weekly flash fiction photo prompt.

1 photo. 100 words. (More or less, give or take)

Pop over to http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/

Please take a moment to click on one of the links below to read what others have done with this week’s prompt.

Love this so much. Who hasn’t had a morning after the night before? http://meyoucoffee.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/stag/

Touching and so beautiful – http://jessieansons.com/2014/03/05/why-would-you-bother-friday-fictioneers/

The Elephant never disappoints. I haven’t linekd to him for a bit, because I didn’t want to play favourites – http://anelephantcant.me/2014/03/05/the-end-friday-fictioneers/

If you want to know how this story started:

Vengeance 1

Vengeance 2

I have no idea where it is going, only that each week a little more unfolds in front of me.

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36 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: The Waiting Game

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  2. The silence cloak is by far your strongest line here, Victoria. I like the overlay on the prompt and the overall story line. The last line clunks for me, though, especially since the next-to-last line was good and strong.

    Thanks for the good read.

    Cheers!
    MG

  3. Silence my cloak. I love this imagery. And the rain instead of tears. I used to love to cry in the pool while swimming laps. Oddly your piece evoked that feeling for me. And I quite like the tension of the standoff at the end.

  4. Lovely writing as always, darling — Methinks you should take some time and think this story out; give yourself somewhere to go with it — I know I’d love to read the whole tale, rather than just eat it a bite at a time.

  5. You have an absolutely wonderful way with imagery, and I love how you put the words on top of the picture—it gives it an extra kind of power. You evoke a lot of emotion as well. I read the previous Vengeance installments and now I’m hooked!

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