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That Magic Moment #FridayFictioneers

It’s Friday! Yippee! Which means it’s time for Friday Fictioneers, a lovely blog hop organised and run by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Each week there’s a picture to use as a prompt for a 100-word piece of flash fiction. Thank you for this week’s prompt Rochelle!

To have a look at the other contributions using this prompt you can go to the list here. I hope you enjoy this week’s stories!

That Magic Moment

PHOTO PROMPT © Anne Higa

‘Do you hear that?’

‘Hear what, my sweet?’ Antony replied as he positioned himself in front of Maria, the dampness of the grass seeping through his jeans as he settled himself on one knee.

‘There’s a creaking sound.’ She was looking towards the tower, then at its base. Anywhere but at Antony.

‘Maria, I want to ask …’

‘Antony! It’s the tower! We have to move!’ She grabbed his arms and pulled him to his feet, dragging him along with everyone else that was fleeing.

Behind them, the tower was shifting, and Antony was desperately checking his pockets as they ran.

Word count: 100

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