Sweet Tooth – Micro Bookends 1.18 – 2/12/15

It is time for another weekly prompt from Micro Bookends. With two words a beginning word and an ending word and a photograph we have the pleasure of weaving a story with a beginning, middle and end. Our limit is between 90 and 110 words to craft this tale. If you feel challenged hop aboard.

Photo Credit: Melissa Dooley via CC.

“Sweet child what’s wrong?” Mother asked.

“Ow! Ow! Ow! It’s my back I threw it out with that last lunge. Oh my gosh it hurts so bad!”

“Here,” Mother said putting her hands on her arms, “Let me help you.”

“No, no, please don’t touch me. I just need a moment to relax the muscles.”

Julianna looked at the bright blue sky and tried to think of anything but the excruciating pain coursing through her body. These muscles were her friends, allowing her to perform such beautiful moves, but right now they howled like angry enemies.

Suddenly she could feel a wet goop from above land on her tooth.


If you love the photo prompt fiction challenge you should check out the Friday Fictioneers. It is hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields and usually claims 100 writers each week who try to describe a photo with a measly 100 words.


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