Jeanne d’Arc, 1876. Painting by Eugène Thirion. Public Domain.
‘No one ignores Lady Lucia’, said Lady Lucia, ‘you will only do whatever I tell you. Drink that juice’.
‘No..no..no..listen to yourself. Lucia is only being stupid. You don’t obey ladies anymore. Its poison’ said Lourdes sounding like the teenager she was.
Pic Credit : Tracy Ann
The drought dried up the trees and the river
The earth parched dry and the birds looking for food
The farmer looks up to the sky for the missing monsoon clouds.
This is what I posted for
Three Line Thursday Week Thirteen photo prompt.
Dad says ‘Become an engineer’
A dream he couldn’t fulfill
Mom says ‘Fulfill Dad’s dreams’
But I am most happy to be with my paper,
colors and brushes.
To pursue my dream,
I have to shatter theirs.
Life’s toughest choice to make.
Saturday was Rohan’s turn to do the dishes. He came across a strainer with tea leaves. We were coffee drinkers. But tea? Could it be Meeta’s ex-boyfriend? Angered by the thought, Rohan screamed at Meeta. ‘Tell me. Who was here today?’
Friday Flash Fiction 150 words
Spying, 1972. CC3 photo by Daniel Teoli Jr.
Studying these creatures known as humans is so tiresome. They are so slow. What can you expect with those small feet and hands? They don’t seem fanciful at all. They look so ugly.