Category Archives: Five Sentence Fiction

Harvest

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A warm breeze of late summer bends the ripened wheat and rustles the seeds made golden by the sun.

An idyllic afternoon with soft sunshine as the days draw near to September’s song.

Ripe and ready for the harvest the fruits of the field will be gathered, grain for the miller to make flour essential for the bread of life.

Golden hay falling from the combine onto the field where it will wait to be bailed for the animals.

And so another season of growth is closing; the wheel of life will enter autumn’s fall into dark winter days before the first shoots of spring begin again.

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Written for Five Sentence Fiction.

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Enchanted Evening

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The veil is thin at dusk and from the island of the angelic kingdom with its faery castle the unicorns sail the surf to mingle with the jolly, chubby water babies in the shallows.

The earth faeries have sensed the unicorns’ presence and gather on the sea shore in anticipation of a gallop of excitement on the back of one these spiritual creatures.

It’s time to relax from their daily tasks with fun and frolic and the mermaid looks on waiting for the unicorns to swim with her to the fifth dimension.

As darkness falls little lanterns are lit, bell like music tinkles in the night and a wonderful energy of openhearted love and enjoyment fills the air.

An uplifting vision of how things should be, but the elemental folk are suffering from our pollution of sea and land with unnatural products and they are fewer now, but you may still see a faery at the bottom of the garden if you’re really lucky.

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Written for Five Sentence Fiction.

http://lilliemcferrin.com/2012/06/21/five-sentence-fiction-faeries/