Glimmer of hope- #55WordChallenge

Hoping for a miracle, she dialled his number from the red phone booth in that cosy corner. As it started ringing, Miriam watched as the sun rose slowly over the horizon, bathing the trees, nestled together.

In Sydney, he paused as the phone rang. Shrugging, he mounted his bike and rode out of her life.

©Shailaja V

Word count: 55

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This is a  post written in response to the

55 Word Challenge and uses the three picture prompts below.

All pictures are copyright of the 55 Word Challenge

telephone-boothwinter-sunrisenight-cyclist

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31 thoughts on “Glimmer of hope- #55WordChallenge

  1. well the sun rise means new things are around the corner ..

    a lovely piece of 55er.. enjoyed it

    although sad that she is still thinking of him while he has made his mind and gone

  2. Wow… Bravo!!! 3Pics in a 55 prompt is ruthlessly amazing! You’ve got the gift, Shailaja! I hope to see you as the next J.K Rowling!! 🙂

  3. I have nominated you for the Liebster Award.
    http://kittomalley.com/2014/06/12/liebster-award/

    The award’s four rules are:
    1) Provide 11 facts about yourself.
    2) Answer 11 questions created by your nominating party (me).
    3) Nominate 11 blogs.
    4) Provide them with 11 questions of your own to answer.

    My eleven questions for you are:
    1) Where and how do you like to write?
    2) When did you start blogging?
    3) What motivates you to write?
    4) Do you consider yourself a disciplined writer? Why or why not?
    5) Are you an early bird or a night owl?
    6) Who is your greatest supporter?
    7) What do you consider your greatest triumph?
    8) What is your favorite memory?
    9) What do you do for fun?
    10) What adjective best describes you?
    11) What would be your ideal vacation?

  4. You know it takes skill to write micro fiction and with three picture prompts to be combined in one, it takes three times the smartness….great work, Shailaja 🙂

  5. Shailaja, Yet another 55 worded magic on paper with nature, emotion, heartbreak. It is really difficult to paint a picture with only that much and you continue to churn out them one after another. Hope Miriam has found solace in something else :-).

  6. when relationships end without closure, it can be the most difficult thing…beautifully written

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