Engulfed – Five Sentence Fiction


As Sophia stood there and watched the cars crash into each other, the metal and fiberglass breaking and bending, becoming one tangled mess, she prayed for the occupants. Then another car stopped and a woman rushed out towards the wreckage, apparently knowing someone in one of the cars. As the woman realized that no one could’ve survived, you could see the shock as it overtook her face, then her body. She screamed a gut-wrenching noise, engulfed in pain, “NO, NO, NO, please God, NO!”  Falling to the ground, crying and sobbing, “My boys, my boys, my boys,” she passed out.

Written in response to Lillie McFerrin’s Five Sentence Fiction prompt Engulf

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Flight – Five Sentence Fiction


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I love Five Sentence Fiction!! This is probably one of my favorite writing prompts 🙂

Five Sentence Fiction – Flight

She was nervous and excited, scared and exhilarated, and felt twenty years younger. She couldn’t believe she was doing this. She hated to fly and hadn’t in decades and now she had jumped from a perfectly good airplane. Rushing into the wind, she had pulled the ripcord. Now she was flying and floating through the air like a bird, with a view that couldn’t be described.

(OOOhh  . . . maybe I’ll use this in my NaNoWriMo! 😉 )

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