Flash Fiction – The Gods Unremembered PG13 – Mythology

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields hosts Friday Fictioneers, 100 word stories (well, more or less) based on a picture prompt (see below).  Please read mine, then click > HERE < for the rest.  Thanks and enjoy!!!

Source: PHOTO PROMPT, Copyright – Claire Fuller

The Gods Unremembered

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

Young Tony walked slowly up to the 30 foot statue and stared. The bronze and iron cast was covered in mold and barnacles and other scrapings from the sea. He turned to his father and, with a look of complete loss, asked the burning question.

“Dad, who is this?”

His father, being careful not to appear too ignorant, shuffled a bit before replying.

“Not really certain. It’s too covered to really tell.”

The couple walked off down the beach. Inside the statue, the mind was screaming.

“Triton! Just remember and I return! Why are you mortals so ignorant?”

Sadness overcomes.

_______________________

Namaste,

Scott

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