This is in response to a weekly challenge hosted by Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers. The goal is to write a story between 100-150 (give or take 25 words) based on the provided photo. 

This is a continued mini series:

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Thank you Vanessa Rodriquez for this weeks photo prompt.


Damon and Garnet arrived at Millbra train station and as they stepped on the platform there was a small pigeon sitting in front of them.

To Damon and Garnet it was a message for them.  They had arrived to the town where they should settle down.  They traveled from town to town for ten years.

While having lunch in a small restaurant, they met a young woman named DeeGee. She told them her real name was Donna Georganna.  Her parents liked calling her DeeGee because it reminded them of her twin brothers who were missing for sixteen years and it gave them comfort to call her DeeGee.

When they asked her what her last name was, she said Taylor. Damon and Garnet drew in a large breath of air, looked at each other with raised eyebrows and questionable eyes as they wondered if this young woman was possibly , just possibly, their sister!


Words (154)

Copyright © 2015 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved

18 thoughts on “MESSAGE

  1. After all Damon and Garnet have been through, I really hope DeeGee turns out to be their sister. Mind you, anything can happen in fiction, and that might just be too good to be true. Another great development, Jessie. 🙂


  2. Thank you Millie! I have thoughts of bringing things to a close, yet, enjoy the challenge each week to see how far I can carry it. I guess the photo and my thoughts will make the decision eventually.


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