Sirocco Seduction — Friday Fictioneers

Title:  Sirocco Seduction
Source:  Friday Fictioneers sponsored by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields-Addicted to Purple
Word count: 100 words

PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook

Aderyn drew mindless patterns in the sand. She sat where wave dampened sand met mounds blown dry by the Sirocco. She searched the spot where the sky kissed the sea. The spot his ship disappeared.

The Sirocco blew hair across her face. Strands she tucked behind her ear. The sun beat on her, teased her memory of a long-forgotten heat. The Sirocco caressed her, whispering long-forgotten words. Her body arched, longing for a long-forgotten feeling.

A lone gull’s feather drifted to her. Aderyn clutched it to her breast as she returned home, adding it to her collection of daily reminders.


Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

51 thoughts on “Sirocco Seduction — Friday Fictioneers

  1. this is the writing i love to read, the story that carries me away with the words chosen to describe it. no need for questions just falling into the story and being.

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  2. I wonder if the universe sends her mementos to add to her collection so that one day if she looks at her collection as a whole it will tell the tale of what happened to him? That is where your story took me, so magical and beautiful and wistful.

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