Every Medal has two sides


Write a one hundred word story that has a beginning, middle and end. (No one will be ostracized for going a few words over the count.) the group is hosted by Rochelle, each week we find an inspiring new photo on her blog:http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com


Make every word count. To see all the great 100 word stories of the weekly challenge use this link:http://new.inlinkz.com/luwpview.php?id=329034


“I want to be white, Mummy! “

The little orange Koi angrily beated with her fin.

“Whites have more fun! And only a White can be Miss Koi-Pond!”

“Oh darling, you are the cutest little orange Koi here !”,

her mother said as calmly as she could.

“And one day a nice Koi-boy will come and realize that…”

“No no no ! I want to be WHITE! Like White-Angel, look how all the boys swim around her –“

A shadow fell on the pond.

“I made my choice, Mister Takimoto, “ a dark voice said.

“I´ll take this white beauty over there.”


words: 101

11 Gedanken zu „Every Medal has two sides

  1. A remarkable take on „be careful what you wish for.“ I like the story, though I’m wondering what happened to the white angel. Did she find herself in pond or pot? 😉

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    • Dear Doug,
      your photo was obviously VERY inspiring! Fish, and particularly, Koi, bring up fantasy, it seems 🙂
      Actually I wrote 2 stories this week, but had the ambition to write a story that is NOT sad…it took me quite lomg. I was # 90 in the collection, lol.
      Thanks for reading and commenting,
      Liebe Grüße

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