Friday Fictioneers – Prodigy – Dark – PG13

Back again with Rochelle at Friday Fictioneers.  100 word, 1 story based on the photo below.  Read mine, then click > HERE < for the rest.  Enjoy!!!

source: PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright – Kelly Sands

Prodigy

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

He had walked so very far to get here.  Now, as he looked at the pretty houses and close quarters, he grew listless.  Only the overcast brought a smile to his eyes.  His eyes, those eyes with the deep green glitter, shining like a small star, they defined him.  He brought his hand up, holding the bag with the animal sacrifice within.  The clouds began to move in tight circles and the darkness grew a tiny bit more.  His smile grew, too.  Traveled so far, sacrificed so very much, now, he was here. This was Salem, after all. He laughed.

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Namaste,

Scott

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