Flash Fiction Friday #07

Flash Fiction Friday

Flash Fiction: There isn’t a standard specific definition for this term beyond “short”, but for the purposes of this “Flash Fiction Friday” post it will mean a precisely 100-word story scene written from a photo prompt.

Today’s prompt picture is:

Disclaimer: The images used in this blog’s posts are found from different sources all over the Internet, and are assumed to be in public domain and are displayed under the fair use principle. Click the image to be taken to my source for today’s photo prompt.

I thought this image would work well for another installment in Adventures with Harrison and Mason (Click the corresponding category for more of their stories).

“Look, Jaxon,” Mason said. “This is another opening into Narnia, but just like Arthur had to pull out Uther’s sword to become King, you have to be able to open the zipper to enter Narnia.”

The two-year-old’s eyes widened. “Really, Pop?”

“Try it,” Mason replied.

Jaxon ran to the zipper’s slider and strained, trying to lift the concrete.

Harrison whispered, “Do you think it’s a good idea, putting such fantasies in his head?”

Mason quirked an eyebrow. “Says the guy who told him about Santa Claus, then added that the old elf drives a four-wheeler in places where it’s warm.”

If anyone would like to join me in a Flash Fiction Friday link-around, please get in touch. My email address is near the bottom of the “Find Me on the Web” page (see tabs at top of this post).

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