“My Queen” – A Friday Fictioneer Short Story

I am joining Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ challenge –  Friday Fictioneers – where we are prompted to write a short story of 100 words (with beginning, middle, and end).

Here is my story inspired by the photo below:

PHOTO PROMPT © Amy Reese

PHOTO PROMPT © Amy Reese

Opening the gate, Sasha felt as if she had walked into a different time and place.  Where  withered vines, dead flowers, and silence had greeted  her earlier; Now vines covered with fine gold  and beautiful fragrant flowers stood before her.  The sounds of birds chirping could be heard in the air.

Suddenly there was a flash of white, blinding, light.  When Sasha could see again, she saw a man dressed entirely in white standing before her.  Taking her hand the gentleman brought it to his lips, kissing it. 

“My Queen,” he stated,  “You have arrived.”

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8 thoughts on ““My Queen” – A Friday Fictioneer Short Story

  1. Dear Tena,

    Every girl’s dream is to walk into a magical garden and find out that she’s a queen. Very Narni-esque.

    One word of crit that really has nothing to do with your writing. I found the green print on the purple background quite difficult to read.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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