Friday Fictioneers

 

Copyright – Rich Voza
Copyright – Rich Voza

Dean is opinionated.

That’s the first point of conflict in our three-week old relationship.

It felt like heaven sharing those precious moments with him, but who doesn’t want to be respected for their worth?

To him, life is choosing between white and black. Either we agree on his points or we don’t.

If he were here on this solitary lawn, he would probably choose the between white and red. But then, there’s the blue.

Through summer’s peep, autumn fell in flecks of grey upon the meadows. I smelt the winds and knew where I belong.

 

 

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We are again for the Fictioneers’ Cafe, many thanks to the good anchor Rochelle Wisoff Fields who makes it possible for our weekly gathering. Go here, to read more fictions

27 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers”

  1. To belong where choices are respected and accepted; like the changing colors of the season… poetic justice? Dean, though doesn’t sound like he reads poetry.

    Thanks for stopping by. I made the correction.

  2. Dear Charles,

    I love the use of color in this piece. Relationships can be tricky. Lots of give and take and when it’s out of balance there are problems. Nice one.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

  3. This is an interesting way to take the picture with the red and white as being extremes and the blue as moderation. Unfortunately, for some people, moderation is an unknown word.

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