Flash Fiction #29 – The Light

Thanks for stopping. Another picture…another 100 words.

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Shelia looked out over the horizon, just like her mother and grandmother, she searched for the light. Twenty years ago the light grew bright and brought news of their missing countrymen. She dreamed this would be the day they would finally come. She dreamed this would be the day she would meet the man destined to love her. Her soul ached to know his touch. She shook off the nervous energy tingling along her skin and assumed her position of strength. Today would be the day, she could feel it. She lifted her head, searched the horizon and found…the light.

Hope you enjoyed my flash today!! Don’t forget to follow the link to get to the other FFF posts. Flasher Fiction Friday. Or click away on the links below.

J S Morbius: http://morbiussworld.blogspot.co.uk/
Naomi Shaw: www.authornaomishaw.com
AuroraRose Andromeda: http://rollingmuseintheroses.blogspot.com/
Ray Sostre: http://theafterdarkworld.blogspot.com
Gemma Parkes: http://gemmaparkes.blogspot.com/
Benjamin Russell: http://incubuschronicles.blogspot.com

7 thoughts on “Flash Fiction #29 – The Light

  1. S.J., your flash could be a metaphor for so many things in life. In some ways, we’re all searching for the light. The light of happiness, joy, our soul mate or maybe simply peace of mind. My wish is that each of us one day finds the light of our lives. Well done 🙂

  2. I agree with Benjamin, this flash could go into so many directions on life and those we want to have in our lives and those we cherish now. The light is a symbol of something positive and good things to come for many people. Its a new direction in a life for others. As you mention to find ones soul mate, and many like myself is still looking for that light within a soul mate. Awesome Flash!! 🙂

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