Tag Archives: Sunday Photo Fiction

What’s Fair is Fair

Photo prompt courtesy Susan Spaulding Mary came in just half a minute before Jane, and as they parked their bicycles, she couldn’t help but rub it in. “You’re getting old,” she teased Jane. Jane responded in mock anger, “Ha! Nice … Continue reading

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The First Thing We Do…

Photo prompt courtesy Susan Spaulding I’d found her sitting by the side of the road in the dark. It was the heart-wrenching crying that drew my attention towards her, she sounded as if someone had reached inside her chest, and … Continue reading

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Love Floats the Boat

Photo Credit Subramanya Bhat The Insurance Investigator, Alan Nielsen, looked at Captain Stevenson sceptically and  said, “The waters in the lake were calm and transparent, and the visibility couldn’t have been any better. So you will pardon me, Captain, if … Continue reading

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Right Here Waiting

Photo prompt courtesy Joy Pixley I saw her in the distance, and even though I could not see her too clearly, I knew that just like mine, her eyes too were filled with love, and some tears, we’d been separated … Continue reading

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Welcome to my Home!

Photo Credit: Susan Spaulding Hi there! Yes, you, I’m talking to you. First you come to my place, and then you act as if you are not interested in me or my life at all? Very bad. OK, so this … Continue reading

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Cometh the Hour, Cometh the…

Their weekly game of Rummy over without too many acrimonious incidents and accusations of cheating and skulduggery, the group of old ladies now came to the primary agenda for the day. “So,” said Mrs. Johnson, “whose turn is it to … Continue reading

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What Doesn’t Kill You…

Photo Credit: Joy Pixley The Great Race was about to begin, and I was nowhere near ready. But failure was not an option, for failure meant death, and having seen it happen multiple times over the years, I can tell … Continue reading

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