I love my flash fiction, and so I've decided to enter round 2 of the challenge over at J.C. Martin's place. For more details, go here.
- Your story must be 100 words (not including title and prompt) — no more, no less.
- Post your story on your blog and enter the link in the Linky provided.
- Entrants from previous heats are free to enter again.
- Every weekend, all completed entries will be put up to the public vote. Voting ends Sunday 11.59 GMT.
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"The water barely rippled as she entered…”
Drops of water glistened as they rose into the air, arched their tails in the back flip position, then slipped under the water, five graceful water gymnasts, bodies in perfect symmetry, in tune with the flow of their surroundings.
The morning rays showcased irridescent bodies, fragile scales molded together, which shimmered like hundreds of precious stones.
Their ritualistic dance of slipping and slicing through the water to the sounds of music that lived in their hearts and souls, undetected by the human ear, was as ancient as time itself…
The lone spectator walked away. He had to let her go.