Reverie

She picked up a spiral conch shell and held its flared pink crevice to her ear. The noise around her drowned and dissolved into a gentle lapping of waves.

She was in a skiff, floating on the sea, her hand immersed in the water feeling the cold swirling ripples. Her face aglow with a soft golden hue emanating from the slice of the tangerine sun rising from the ocean. The bluish-grey hills on the shore were curtained off by a thin wall of mist.

“Mom!” A familiar voice reached her ears.

“Lost in a daydream again? We haven’t seen the entire aquarium yet.”

 

Written for Friday Fictioneers

PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook

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45 thoughts on “Reverie

  1. I adore the role reversal in this story. Often it’s mom calling the kids out of daydreams, so having the child call her mom out of a daydream is really refreshing. I enjoyed the descriptive writing too. The fact that the swirling ripples of the sea were cold shows that you really immersed yourself in the mom’s fantasy. Well done!

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    1. Hi Richa, how are you. I am so sorry for disappearing like this. I am feeling a bit under the weather,therefore, not being able to write anything lately; besides, the festive season is on and there are other commitments that have kept me pre-occupied in the last few weeks. It’s really very sweet of you to check on me like this, I felt special. Thank you 🙂

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      1. Aww.. You are welcome sweetheart ❤
        I was a little worried about you.. In all honesty – Rather than waiting for your posts to show up on my reader, I usually log on to your site to check for any new content and since it was blank for a couple of weeks, I was a little paranoid! I’m so sorry for nudging on your privacy, I just had to know of your well being! 😉

        Hope you feel better soooon! Love and hugs!❤

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      2. Please don’t apologise for being so loving and caring. The fact that you logged in just to check on me was something that I am going to cherish forever. I am so glad that someone actually bothered to find out how am I doing. Love you so much for making me feel so valued. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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