It is time for your weekly dose of Flash Fiction to entertain, inspire and provide you with great start to the day.. Carrot Ranch Fiction weekly challenge attracts some of the best writers in the blogging community, creating stories with 99words no more no less.. I love participating and reading all the stories..some of familiar faces Charli Mills, D. Avery, Annette Rochelle Aben, Roberta Eaton, Norah Colvin, Anita Dawes, Ann Goodwin, Ritu Bhathal and some new to me writers that I will explore further.. #recommended
Trees root us to life. Traditionally, cultures believed trees to be life-giving, and modern science proves our ancestors were right. Trees provide oxegyn, shade and building materials. What would a world without trees look like? Life in the extreme polar regions hints at the bleakness — we would miss trees.
Writers explored all that trees have to offer. Some wondered what their loss might mean.
The following are based on the May 16, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that goes in search of trees.
PART I (10-minute read)
Planning a Poem by TNKerr
The hour is early – predawn.
The clouds – vanished,
the storm – over,
the moon – full.
I shiver by the back window, listening to some nameless chanteuse croon and confess from the confines of the FM dial.
Warming my hands on a cup of tea, I watch the…
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