Cruising #flashfiction #3LineTales

Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt (& give them a title if possible). Link back to this post (& check the link shows up under the weekly post). Tag your post with 3LineTales (so everyone can find you in the Reader). Read and comment on other TLT participants’ lines. Have fun.

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Cruising – by Hugh W. Roberts

While sitting outside on the most oversized balcony of the cruise ship, sipping gin and tonics served in fishbowls, Petunia and Fred didn’t have a care in the world.

“What’s the name of that city, Fred?” asked Petunia, pointing towards the high-rise buildings along the shoreline.

As the cruise ship sailed off the edge of the world, Petunia never got to take another sip from the fishbowl she held, nor got an answer to her question.

Written in response to the Three Line Tale challenge hosted by Sonya at Only 100 Words. Click here to participate.

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24 thoughts

    1. Thank you. You got to make as much use as you can out of those three lines. It’s another excellent writing challenge that certainly gets the creative cogs turning.

    1. But gone where Cathy? Maybe the first passenger flight to Mars will reveal an answer? Apparently, that’s going to happen in 2024. Better book our tickets. If we book this far in advance, I’m sure we’ll get a discount.

        1. I know. I’ve come across them a few times in the blogging world. They also believe that what we see in the sky is all projected from a secret source on Earth. This also includes the nighttime sky.

          Thanks for linking back to this post. I’m glad it gave you some inspiration.

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