#Flash Fiction Friday: Captain Josie and The Whale

Here’s my flash fiction for Madison Woods’ weekly Flash Fiction Friday. Thanks again, Madison, for a great photo prompt. You should try it, readers. You’ll be hooked!

This is an excerpt from my short story, “Captain Josie and the Whale.” The short story is available on Smashwords. To purchase, go to my Smashwords page on this blog.

When twilight next comes, watch.  Where the edge of the earth touches the sky, look carefully. There you’ll see Captain Josie and her whale, William, swimming together.
As the light of day dims, they dive into the sea.  Though the orange-red glow of their love prevents anyone from looking too closely, if you could look, you’d see Josie hold tight to William as they dip below the horizon, and kiss the earth goodnight.
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10 Responses to #Flash Fiction Friday: Captain Josie and The Whale

  1. madisonwoods says:

    Oh, I like that! Much happier a mood than mine depicted, lol.

  2. Claire says:

    Aww! I love Captain Josie and the Whale. Your writing is so descriptive and beautiful. As always, an inspiration.

  3. susielindau says:

    Ooh Very poetic! I wrote a dark tale…. Welcome to our Friday Fiction group!

  4. mgmillerbooks says:

    Poetic, yes. I can almost hear this as a folk song. Great job, Jan.

  5. "Ooh Very poetic!"Agreed! It has a really nice rhythm to it.And what's cooler than riding on whales? 😀

  6. Sonia Lal says:

    Poetic was very thought too! It's very pretty

  7. Beautiful, simply beautiful. A mystery I will take down into my dreams tonight. Thank you.

  8. Jan Morrill says:

    Thanks so much, everyone! I was on the road all day yesterday, and what a nice surprise to see all of your nice comments. 🙂

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