Friday, 9 March 2012

Flash Fiction Friday

Welcome to this week’s Flash Fiction Friday.

We have a picture about which we write a story of 100 words, no more and no less. I am joined by some fabulous writers today who give their take on this picture. To see the other members click this blog link: Flasher Fiction Friday




Looking out the window Tate smiled for the first time in months. Trevor might have left him, but he hadn’t destroyed him. The city beckoned with endless possibilities. Tate wasn’t looking for a new man in his life but he was no longer willing to waste away, let the world pass him by. He had terrific talents to share and a life to live. Today he would shower, put on a fresh pair of jeans and shirt then get out beyond the walls he’d been hiding behind. Today was his day. His day to reclaim the life he’d been living.

14 comments:

Naomi said...

Good on you Tate. Today is a new day and it's a big wide World. I hope you can find someone to be happy with. Great Flasher

Cassandre Dayne said...

I love the reflection in this - very heartfelt and nicely done

Muffy Wilson said...
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Muffy Wilson said...

Carpe Diem..............we are not whom we choose to love, we are whom we become because of that love. Nicely done:) xo

Kendel Davi said...

Great emotional content in this one. I enjoyed his journey to get back to who he needs to be.

C R Guiliano said...

Love that he didn't let a failed relationship destroy him. Great FFF!!

ERP said...

This is a very sweet and heartfelt flash. Good on Tate. Get out there, and have some fun. Life is too damn short.

Sara York said...

Yeah, he needs to reclaim it baby. Loved it.

Bonni S. said...

Sometimes it's hard to find yourself after a break up. His journey finding himself should begin. Excellent post!

VenusBookluvr said...

It's a beautiful day! Let the journey begin.

BLMorticia said...

Great FFF nicely done!

Lee Brazil said...

Love this! SO full of hope and a new awakening- watch out world!

Yvonne Nicolas said...

Can’t get anywhere sitting around the house. Heartbreak can definitely drown a person in depression. Glad to see Tate’s not letting that happen. :o)

michellelady said...

I loved this so much. It is just what I needed to hear myself. I am like your character and it is time for me to get my poop together and move on. LOL

Great FFF.