Five sentence fiction: Waves

Lillie McFerrin Writes

“Did you ever see such high waves”, Nadia said out loud, she  was visiting Malta with her parents, the waves fascinated her and they were so noisy, she couldn’t go too close to the shore, she was afraid she’d be drenched by the water the waves were spraying out.

Mom and Dad were having a great time watching the noisy Mediterranean sea  waves and soaking up the gorgeous sun, it was a perfect day to have outdoor picnic.

Mom made arrangement with the hotel chef to prepare a delicious basket of food, the chef’s assistant brought the food basket, Nadia couldn’t wait she dragged her parents to a spot which she had planned ahead of time.

The three spread the sheet they borrowed from the hotel and sat down, while Nadia was busy checking the food, she overheard her father say,”Hi Harry fancy seeing you here, come join us for lunch!”

Nadia was disgusted, she mumbled not him again he is such a show off, the thought that Harry would engage her parents into a conversation enraged her, she wasn’t hungry anymore, she took out a book and began to read, some picnic she said under her breath!

………………………………..:)

Image from Wikipedia

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8 thoughts on “Five sentence fiction: Waves

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing this story with us. I wonder what book Nadia began reading. Something perhaps that took her mind off of things at hand.

    All good wishes,

    robert

  2. Thanks for sharing this my dearest sister, but now you owe us a post about your experiences in Matla – first hand 🙂 Whenever it becomes convenient for you to write them.

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