Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Blogflash: Day Seven: Sunset

Photograph by Lisa Shambrook (Please do not use without permission)
Day Seven: Sunset
Flood Part Three:

“I’m finding it hard to recall the last sunset we saw on land…”
“Cwtch in closer sweetheart, wasn’t that long ago.”
“Tell me, mmm you’re warm…and it’s getting so cold.”
Beams of sunlight threw a path across the endless expanse of ocean.
“I like being on watch this time of night… It was that evening on the beach, before we lost the beaches and panic set in.”
“Don’t go there, not tonight.”
“Okay, the beach was still clear of debris, just that branch, remember? We watched the sun turn orange then red…then it disappeared into the sea.”
“Just like we have…”

(101 Words)

Click here for part two and here for Part One

Click here for Terri Long's blogflash2012 Day Seven Sunset entries

10 comments:

  1. Lisa, great job with this story line. I'm really enjoying it!!Hope to see more!

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  2. This is just lovely!! The dialogue just flows along .... ;)

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  3. Really enjoying this, Lisa. I'm wondering if they ever get to land again . . .

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  4. Hardly any descriptions, and still, quite a picture. Brilliant!
    - andrea

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  5. I adore a ton of dialogue and you've done it just beautifully.

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  6. I have to agree with the others. Looking forward to where this will be going. :)

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  7. Great story line. Looking forward to learning more.

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  8. I really enjoyed this. As others have said, this is wonderful dialogue!

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  9. You are amazingly good in writing dialogue. It just flows and seems so real. I feel quite sad at this ending and want to read more. Awesome! x

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  10. love that last line, the ache of everything disappearing into the ocean

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