Friday, September 03, 2010

Flash 55 - Nature's Vampire


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He hovered in mid-air, 
wings set to backstroke and legs dangling, searching for a footing in the alien world
 he now found himself. 
The bright red globe invited him to land and rest; to collect his energy to venture further on in search of the red that would truly satisfy his hunger and his thirst.


 I know it’s not a mosquito but lets pretend.



Flash 55 - Write a story in exactly 55 words.






16 comments:

  1. This was fun! I had to look long and a hard to find him hovering there in midair.;))
    Have a great Friday,
    xo

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  2. ah...run for the hills! smiles...his reign is almost done...as the cold will drive him to his coffin...

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  3. I love that you captured a bug in that great photo. Enlarging it just makes it all the more awesome.

    Mine's up!

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  4. Very interesting picture. Well done.

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  5. Nessa, you crack me up! My tomatoes are just about history!
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  6. goodness

    hey, happy weekend! here by way of the Funster's side bar link button love

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  7. ...I mean, vegetarian mosquitoes and vampires.

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  8. I really enjoyed this poem.
    Another good one

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  9. Ha! Good one. And Tom's funny:)

    Happy weekend!

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  10. I have had to share some of my tomato crop with insects, too. Oh, well.

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  11. Nice. I love the concept of "nature's vampire." That's exactly what they are, but I never would have thought of it. Very clever.

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  12. Everyone seems to be enjoying Nature's bounty!!
    Most excellent photoraphy Vanessa.
    Loved your whimsical little allegory as well.
    You Rock The Planet Baby!!
    Thank You the Thursday thing again, I know the work that something like that entails...Much Obliged.
    Have a Kick Ass Week-End...G

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  13. No! I refuse to pretend. Do you have any idea how many mosquito bites I got last week?

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  14. i think a male mosquito would be quite pleased with the tomato plant. it's the females who are after the blood

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