Friday, February 10, 2012

FFF - Light as a Feather

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"...light as a feather..."
Dinner was delectable. 
Greens perfectly complemented with gorgonzola and dried cranberries. 
Steak impeccably prepared. 
Wine warm and smooth. 

Her smile lit up the room; her enchanting laughter rang through the air. 

Walking hand in hand, we left the restaurant. It was a gorgeous evening with the full moon making the sidewalks along the avenue glitter. 

We passed by an art studio and ventured inside – ambling through the studio taking in the pieces separately. In time, we found ourselves in front of a particular piece. 

I entwined her fingers in mine and pulled her close to me. She sighed, put her head to my chest, and whispered, “She looks light as a feather.” 

What a magical evening!  

Flash Fiction Friday!
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  1. I love art galleries and walking hand in hand, so this piece was a delight to me. Thank you.

  2. I like it! I've added you to my blogroll too.

  3. I love the picture you painted. There have been times I've been entranced by a photo or a painting. Well done!

  4. Replies
    1. Thanks, Ram. I really liked how it turned out. :)

  5. Excellent take on the prompt! I never would have considered that the photo depicted a sculpture, but after reading your story I can totally see it. Very well done.


    1. To me, it just looked like something in a museum. Very artful.


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