Thursday, May 29, 2014

Fairy Stream -#Writers Prompt

Fairy's Stream


Breathing hard, I stopped beside the stream with its lovely flowers and mystical aura. What I would give to be invisible; then, I would stay in this magical place forever and be happy. For a moment, this was perfection. I sat at the edge and peered at my reflection. My long blonde hair hung with the end teasing the ripples. Imagine fairies jumped from one rock to another and I sighed at the tranquility of it as my heart rate slowed to a normal beat. How I wished I lived in such a fairy tale.  A breeze brought me back to the present and I drew back, suddenly afraid. He wasn’t far behind me and the brief respite was now over. The perfect moment was ruined by the reality of life. Leaving the fairies to appear in another’s imagination, I stood and began running towards, what I hoped, was freedom.





Author K. Meador is a mom to two grown sons who are currently pursuing their adult lives outside the home. For the past several years, she has traveled with her job and has now settled down in Oklahoma City area.

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8 comments:

  1. Love this - would love to walk in that forest.

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  2. A relaxing picture imagined, perhaps we could meet at the waterfall? n x

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    1. would love to Ngaire - I'll bring cheese and wine :)

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  3. A great flash fiction story. So much in it: the idyl of the setting, the fanciful fairy flight of fancy, and the hint of imminent danger. A beginning, a middle and an end. Flash fiction at its best.

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    1. Thank you Christine for stopping by. This was a fun picture to create havoic to! I haven't done this a whole lot but I am having fun with it now :)

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  4. It always sucks when reality breaks your fantasy...well done aunt KT

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    1. True, indeed Candace. Thanks for stopping by :)

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