Microfiction challenge Wheatfield: the entries

Whoops! Late again. Here they are, the new stories and the new installments in on-going series. I hope you’ll get round to reading them all, and take your time; many of them are very densely-written.

Ken starts off this week with a story bursting with hope.

Departure | rivrvlogr

 

Louise with two inspired stories.

Journey Into the Night – Fantasy Raconteur

A Dark Gift – Fantasy Raconteur

 

As Bill points out, a time wrap is appropriate in this context of the complexities of family relationships, role reversals and lives doubling back on themselves.

Time Wrap

 

Michael (Poetry Michael) with a snake in the grass story.

Cones the Harvest | The Poetry Channel

 

Sri with another part of Lucy’s story.

https://srisudhak.wordpress.com/2016/07/30/home-coming/

 

Sarah is another writer taking her character Stella into very strange territory. It’s fascinating how many of you have taken what is really the image of a very inoffensive field of wheat and changed it into something menacing.

https://fmmewritespoems.wordpress.com/2016/07/30/stella-morris-investigates-episode-4/

 

Michael (Morpethroad) the ‘Justicier’.

Microfiction challenge #7: Wheatfield | Morpethroad

 

Merril’s story is also set in the crows’ point of view. Who would have thought crows could make such a happy story?

https://merrildsmith.wordpress.com/2016/07/31/immortality-microfiction-challenge/

 

Kat takes her intriguing story a little further.

Seasons – Part 4 | like mercury colliding…

 

Kerfe with the crow’s interpretation.

Junk Mail Art: Crow Says… | method two madness

 

Phylor with another point of view of the burning angel story.

JD’s Microfiction: Wheatfield: [Chorragan’s Story] – Phylor’s Blog

 

Mek’s story is getting into very deep territory here. I hope she gives us another episode.

Harvest Time | Work in Progress

Thanks to all for participating, and I’ll post the next image today.

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

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