Smorgasbord Short Stories – Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction – Storm Windows by Sally Cronin

After a brief break from the Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge by Charli Mills I am back in response to this week’s wonderful prompt.. “Storm Windows”.

She looked out through the slightly distorting storm windows that protected the house from the harsh winds that swept onto the coast from America. This part of Ireland was notorious for its harsh winters, but also its outstanding coastal views and warmhearted people. She had moved here to escape her past, and preferred the natural violence of the weather to that she had endured for many years. She sighed as she turned to face the man in the room. Another more dangerous storm had breached the defences and windows could not protect her. It was time to be brave.

©sally cronin 2010

If you would like to participate in this week’s challenge you have until November 19th: Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge by Charli Mills

I hope that you have enjoyed this piece of Flash Fiction – thanks for dropping by.. Sally.

 

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