I stood in the yard watching as the moon floated up from behind the trees that line the back of the lagoon. Thunder rumbled low and quiet in the distance, flickers of lightning joined in to create a call and response of flash-rumble, flash-rumble. I could hear the woosh of heavy rain coming from behind me, traversing from west to east. Within minutes, the clouds moved in, shrouding the moon. The rain followed.
There is no form to this story because it is true, or at least as close to true as I have been able to make it.
~ Keven Brockmeier
And so ends my version of the Five Photos, Five Stories challenge. Thank you to Woodland Gnome of Forest Garden for inviting me to play along. It was fun. If you wish to participate, post a photo each day for five consecutive days, and tell a story about each photo. The story can be truth or fiction, poetry or prose.
The rules also state that each day you should nominate another blogger to participate in the challenge, but we all know how I feel about rules and blog challenges. Most of my blog friends have either already participated or been invited so, for today, I will not specify anyone in particular. If you would like to join in the fun, please consider yourself nominated.
Thank you for dropping in, and reading my (very) short stories.
Be good, be kind, be loving. Just Be. 🙂