Thursday, September 9, 2010

flash Fiction Friday- fleeting moments

Every Friday write a short story of 55 words, no more
no less and then report it to the G-Man!!

"hues of grey and streaks of orange in the evening sky
the fleeting smell of rain and the distant clap of thunder
in the warmth of a soft blanket to cuddle and surrender
as gratitude sets in and my worries slip away i smile
wishing and hoping this moment would last for a long while"


here you go g-man, i sort of found my muse in an old friend while looking out my evening window. i think the dragons used to do this type of 55 where you took eleven words per line and had five lines, though they always used quilly words, alas i do not have a quilly dictionary but i do remember dr. john and the dragons and how they would always, always get to you first. fleeting moments of friendship, serenity, life and memories i am feeling a bit nostalgic now. funny how you can care fore someone you never even met. but through this blog i know so many wonderful people. i am glad you invited me to play this flash fiction friday game, i truly enjoy it when i get to take the time to read and comment on everyones clever words. i really like it that you all take the time to come and read my thoughts as well. this is such a wonderful part of this journey called life.

Todays thought;
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
Albert Einstein


19 comments:

G-Man said...

Susie-Q
I respect you so very much you don't even know.
You are so upbeat and positive.
You address your Demons, and always seem to work them out.
You are a very loving Mom
A Fantastic Partner in love
A loving Daughter.
You are just filled with Love and Gratitude. You are always a breath of fresh air.
You have always been a loyal supporter.
I am eternally grateful to you for setting such a wonderful and brave example of how to change from despair to elation by sheer perserverance and faith.
You Rock The Great Plains Baby.
Have a Kick Ass Week-End...G-Daddy

Brian Miller said...

and i hope it does for you...smiles. nice 55...

Busy Bee Suz said...

This is BEAUTIFUL!

lime said...

what a warm and lovely 55. and such nice words for the 55 community. really, this blogging thing never ceases to amaze me with the connections we can form.

KB said...

Makes me want to take a nap under the blankets right now.

magiceye said...

this is so nice and cosy...

TALON said...

Beauty in nature often makes me melancholy so I really enjoyed your 55 very much and how you came to craft it.

RNSANE said...

Warm and snuggly, good thoughts of yours!

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HOOTIN' ANNI said...

...moments like this should last a lifetime!!! Excellent.

Here's Mine. Yes, I finally did one...long time no see!!!

Have a super weekend.

Thom said...

What a touching 55 my friend. Here's hoping that it last a long while for all of us. You exude hope my friend. :) Happy Friday :)

Akelamalu said...

Beautiful - I enjoyed that. :)

Jess Mistress of Mischief said...

Great 55

Love einsteins quotes!!!

Eric Alder said...

Your 55 evokes thoughts of autumn (always a win in my book) and is coincidentally akin to my own 55.

Have a great weekend!

Monkey Man said...

Fall 55's rock. You captured a wonderful feeling there. My 55 is also posted.

Kim A. said...

I put your 55 today in my heart's pocket to take out as I gaze at our perfect Carolina-blue day today.

♥namaste♥

Mona said...

That is a lovely description of a perfect moment!

Jingle said...

unbeatable 55.

Tina said...

I could use a moment like that right about now...Nicely done.

Syd said...

Glad to know you through the blogging world as well.