Five Sentence Fiction – Silver

Lille McFerrin provides a weekly one word prompt and asks us to take five sentences to create a response.  There is no word limit with this particular challenge, just a limit to the number of sentences. Be creative and tell your story. Thanks Lillie for giving us a new word each week.

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“But dad I always thought gold was the most valuable,” Ciera asked her dad for clarification. He stood silent, staring at the arrangement of silver bells as they captivated his mind and delivered him back to the memories of decorating the family home with his mother. She loved Christmas so much they would begin to decorate on Halloween. Many fun hours could be traced back to the love they shared as they arranged the decorations to make their house the epitome of a Christmas village. “Honey, sometimes silver can truly outshine gold!” 

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I want to share another opportunity for those of you who love writing flash fiction. Red Dwyer and Redmund Productions offer a quarterly publication that gathers 250 flash fiction stories according to a specific theme and set of words during a thirteen week time period.  The deadline for this session is December 31, so hop on over and try your hand: http://mommasmoneymatters.com/flash-fiction/

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About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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2 Responses to Five Sentence Fiction – Silver

  1. onceuponaurora says:

    I always thought silver was prettier, truth be told.

  2. McGuffy Ann says:

    A very sweet story. You do need both at Christmas, don’t you?
    http://mcguffysreader.blogspot.com/2013/12/christmas-guest.html

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