Friday Fictioneers – A Moonlight Kiss

fridays-moon-ted-strutzPHOTO PROMPT © Ted Strutz

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields-Addicted to Purple hosts the flash fiction challenge called

Friday Fictioneers!

Take the challenge to write a piece of flash fiction in 100 words using the weekly picture prompt.


 

Standing on deck the moonlight casts shimmering lights across the water, as the yacht sways in time to waves.

We’ve finally met.

Feeling his arms encircling me, I feel his body warmth emanating from his chest, wrapping around me, cocooned in a new safe place. I feel his lips on my neck as he leaves kisses on my skin.

Turning to face him, I tilt my head closing my eyes to photograph this moment into my scrapbook of memories. The first. The most special.

“One day at a time.” smiling I wrap my arms and hold on to new possibilities.

 

Genre – Romance (100 words)

26 Comments on “Friday Fictioneers – A Moonlight Kiss

  1. “I tilt my head closing my eyes to photograph this moment into my scrapbook of memories. The first. The most special.”
    To me, this sounds quite calculating, almost predatory, as though there have been many men before, and she expects many after. Are we meant to take it like that?

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    • It wasn’t intended to be, but I can see how a different take on it could make a good psychological thriller!

      Thank you for your feedback Penny.

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