‘Fiction In A Flash Challenge’ Week #27 Entry Part 2) by Ladyleemanila @Ladyleemanila #IARTG #WritingPrompts #FlashFiction #WritingCommunity

Hello everyone and a warm welcome to Part 2)  of the entries for my weekly: “Fiction in A Flash Challenge” Week #27.
Today I’m featuring contributions from entry Part 2) By Ladyleemanila
Last week I set the following Challenge:
Hello everyone and welcome to my new “Fiction in A Flash Challenge!” Each week I’ll be featuring an image and inviting you to write a Flash Fiction or Non-Fiction piece inspired by that image in any format and genre of your choosing.  Maximum word count: 750 words.

Here is the image prompt and Ladyleemanila’s contribution.


‘Twas a bittersweet memory
And with paper airplane
No disdain and so tender be
Hug and eat in the rain
With old bikes you leading the way
Could be freezing until we’re grey
With old bikes
With old bikes
Fighting with cushion no foul play

‘Twas a bittersweet memory
And with my dear sister
Three of us full of energy
Trend ends up with blister
Childhood memory in our hearts
When we’re tired we eat apple tarts
Childhood memory
Childhood memory
Defense ready in our ramparts

‘Twas a bittersweet memory
Molding us who we are
Julia, Annie and Emery
Always trouble by far
We’d always be friends come what may
Even when our hair turn all grey
We’d always be friends
We’d always be friends
With our old bikes down the alley*

(c) ladyleemanila 2019

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7 thoughts on “‘Fiction In A Flash Challenge’ Week #27 Entry Part 2) by Ladyleemanila @Ladyleemanila #IARTG #WritingPrompts #FlashFiction #WritingCommunity

  1. I still remember my first bike with great fondness. It had a banana seat and high handlebars and I told all my friends the screw that held the bars onto the bike made it go faster 🙂
    Thanks for reminding me of those days with your lovely poem ❤


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