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Friday Fictioneers — Pool Time

  PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields   Pool Time Each Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. they gathered in the pool. All ages, genders, sizes, cultures. Each Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. their teacher sat on the raised platform and began to speak. First came weekly check-ins by each and supportive responses from all. Then came… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — Pool Time

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Friday Fictioneers — Barbed reminders

PHOTO PROMPT © Jean L. Hays A once-lush forest was now wasteland. Humans moved in and cut down all of the trees. Once the trees were gone, there was nothing protecting the soil from the scorching sun; it became barren. The wild animals left. Arrogant humans' ego-driven cravings for ownership built fences for “their” domesticated… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — Barbed reminders

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Friday Fictioneers — Every Spring

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot Fifty years ago, Winston was one of the first residents in the high rises built near the old temple. Winston's wife had died that year and his children insisted he move to their big city to be near them. Pulling up lifelong roots, he moved. He was a stranger there.… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — Every Spring

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Friday Fictioneers — Almost Perfect

Every morning they walked, the young girl hand in hand with the beautiful woman with thick curly red hair. Down, down the sandy dune path to the beach they traveled. Leaving their blanket and beach bag behind, they walked along the water to the beam and back, exchanging questions and answers and laughing often. Sun… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — Almost Perfect

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Friday Fictioneers — Winter Walkers

Rochelle is the host of Friday Fictioneers.  Rochelle says: This week's photo prompt, courtesy of © Dale Rogerson, is: Throwing a bag of body parts along a brightly lit alley in the middle of the city would seem to be careless, with certainty of being spotted; yet Melvin had learned decades ago that hiding things… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — Winter Walkers

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Friday Fictioneers — Waiting

Rochelle is the "Lucky 7" host of Friday Fictioneers.  I say Lucky 7 because she's been with Friday Fictioneers for SEVEN years!  Congratulations again, Rochelle.  Rochelle says: The next photo is the PROMPT. Remember, all photos are property of the photographer, donated for use in Friday Fictioneers only. They shouldn’t be used for any other… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — Waiting

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Friday Fictioneers — Justice

Rochelle is the gracious host of Friday Fictioneers.  Rochelle says: PHOTO PROMPT © Ronda Del Boccio “Mama, what's that smell?” Long before we reached the part of the well-known path that was lit, an odd aroma met our nostrils. We were half-running because it took longer than I thought to get the animals fed. We… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — Justice

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Friday Fictioneers — Ghosts R Us

Rochelle is the most gracious host of Friday Fictioneers.  Rochelle says: As always, please be considerate of your fellow Fictioneers and keep your stories to 100 words. (Title is not included in the word count.)  Many thanks.  PHOTO PROMPT© Sandra Crook Ghosts R Us is an interplanetary enterprise that can meet all of your ectoplasmic… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — Ghosts R Us

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Friday Fictioneers –Fun on the Ferris Wheel

Rochelle is the host of the fabulous Friday Fictioneers. Rochelle says: The story is in regards to this photo: PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson WARNING:  may be trauma triggering to some readers Chicago's city-wide curfew for a month due to a series of bomb threats is lifted today, and tonight is the carnival. Every ride… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers –Fun on the Ferris Wheel

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Friday Fictioneers — The Pleyel

Rochelle is the host of the most lovely Friday Fictioneers. Rochelle says: Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin was born in March 1810, in Poland. In 1830, he left Poland for Paris. In 1848, this once proud Pleyel adorned Chopin's conservatory there. Chopin called it “his own” and polished its keys as if it were a lover. From… Continue reading Friday Fictioneers — The Pleyel