As Phoebe watched the rain fell pitter patter on her window, she wished her parents would return soon. She didn’t like to be home alone, but she had to. She told herself to be brave. However, the lightning had made the trees outside looked like monsters. She pulled her blanket over her head and prayed.
Just then, there were some knocks on the windowpane. As she was peeping out of her blanket, the lightning flashed and the thunder roared. She saw a scary figure outside her window. She screamed and held her blanket tighter.
Soon, the rain stopped. She lifted her blanket slowly. The figure was still there! But it had become smaller! Much smaller!
She stood up and walked towards her window. There she saw an angry little fairy, drenched!
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Written for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers, Challenge #33.
Thank you Priceless Joy for the weekly photo prompt, and Louise Bunting for the lovely photo.
- a flash fiction challenge (stories in 100-175 words or less)
- each story should have a beginning, a middle, and an end
- no serial (continuation) stories
- include a pingback to the challenge post