March 22: Flash Fiction Challenge – Follow Your Dreams

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March 22, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story using the theme “follow your dreams.” Bonus points for throwing a badge into the tale. Go where the prompt leads.

 

From an early age, he started drawing things. He showed a liking for patterns.

As he grew, he played more and more with line and form.

When his schooling was over, he had decided to become an artist.

He worked on his craft, he was invited to exhibit his work. He found a market, a worldwide one.

He discovered his choice of colour, his blue and white.

Today he follows his dream, lives off his art when he doesn’t need to borrow from his dad.

Soon he will travel the world, firstly to Singapore to display his beautiful work.

Its not exactly a badge but a sample of his work.

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Written for: https://carrotranch.com/2018/03/23/march-22-flash-fiction-challenge/

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22 Responses to March 22: Flash Fiction Challenge – Follow Your Dreams

  1. willowdot21 says:

    Is this a true story Michael, it’s a great story that rings true. Your son maybe?

  2. calmkate says:

    is that mosaic or painting … very nice!

    • Michael says:

      He uses acrylic pens Kate what you see is a picnic rug a company has printed his design onto. It’s very useful when gkids come because they sit and eat from it and later I hose it clean

  3. floridaborne says:

    What a fantastic design. Thanks for the sight of a beauty that is so simple and yet so complex.

  4. A lovely piece, Michael. I see your son and his work in it.

  5. susansleggs says:

    Thanks for sharing Michael, I can see why his artwork is being sought.

  6. How lovely is that Michael. Congratulations on having such a talented son 🙂

  7. I saw it as a true story and your son? is very talented. You are right to be proud of him. It comes through in your flash.

  8. Charli Mills says:

    He’s as talented with blue and white as his dad is with 99 words! I hope you can read him some of your stories from that picnic blanket. Wonderful BOTS, Michael!

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