This story marks a year I’ve been pestering people with Friday Fictioneers. I really never dreamed that I could write a story almost as short as my poetry, so I’m grateful for the encouragement I’ve received here. For me, Friday Fictioneers has become as addictive as Crème Brûlée.
My offering, this week, is a 100 word piece about Chloe – a fairy character I’ve written about before in my infrequent series “Once Upon A Bed Again”
When Miss Randolph died she left behind a garden – famous for miles around, and me.
My name is Chloe. I’m a fairy and I live in a dewdrop, on a bougainvillea leaf, deep in Miss Randolph’s garden. I’m moving today. It won’t be the same here without her. You see, we’ve known each other since she was a young child. When I first moved here, I was her bedroom fairy. Then I was her garden fairy. At the end, I was once again her bedroom fairy.
I don’t want to move too far away. Miss Randolph promised she’d visit me often.
photo prompt – © Santoshwriter