Ten Flashes of One Hundred

Although the link for this week’s Friday Fictioneers is still open, submitting on the day afternoon doesn’t seem to be in the spirit of the challenge. I’ll focus attention instead to ten contributors who submitted their contributions in time this week:

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson
  1. It’s always nice to see a poetry response, and pensitivity101 offers a lyric that’s appropriate both for the picture and the season.
  2. Reena Saxena takes the image in a surprising and rewarding direction.
  3. The entry by Inside the Mind of Isadora captures the implied darkness within the photo prompt.
  4. Na’ama Yehuda adds some tension to the image.
  5. The ending of draliman‘s story about adolescent heartache made me laugh!
  6. A rarity for Friday Fictioneers: an essay, from MC’s Whispers.
  7. What I like most about The Count of North Clifton‘s submission are the calendic portmanteaus Decemburary and Marpril. I may have to steal those!
  8. solothefirst gives a speculative twist to the image.
  9. A humorous contribution from Archon’s Den.
  10. Tales from Glasgow‘s tale evokes both sorrow and horror.

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