Every week, the wonderful Rochelle supplies us with a donated image so we can write a piece of flash fiction with no more than 100 words.
If you want to have a go, then click on the linking image, and if you want to see what others have written, then click on the linking frog image.
It was like music to my ears. The voice of the lecturer so smooth, I don’t think even Beethoven could create such a melodic sound. He talked about geology and items he found while cave diving. Apparently though, one person in particular dogged everything he did, trying to steal his prizes.
Then the Dean came in and spoke to him, and his voice wavered slightly, like a missed note on the cello, but it was such an imperceptible glitch, you could barely notice it.
I blinked slowly so he could see “Love You” written on my eyelids just for him.