DINOSAUR TRUCK

66th Challenge

Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Week of 05-17 through 05-23-2016

This week’s photo prompt is provided by Yinglan. Thank you Yinglan!

Dinosaur Truck

“Lynne, where did Calvin go?”  Adonis asked.

“The Connecticut Dinosaur Truck drove by and he ran after it in hopes of seeing some dinosaurs.”

“I remember when we chased after the ice cream trucks!  Now, kids chase dinosaur trucks,” he laughed.

“Mom, Dad, I’m home,” Calvin yelled.

“What kind of plastic and rubber dinosaurs did you see, Calvin?”  Adonis asked.

“Dad!  They weren’t made of plastic and rubber.  All of them were real!”  Calvin explained.

Calvin spoke breathtakingly, ” There were Sauropods and Raptors.  The Sauropod was a Brachiosaurus with a long gentle neck, and he was lazily plucking leaves off the top of trees. The Raptor was a Velociraptor with three-fingered hands and curved claws on each foot, covered with feathers.”

“Calvin, you know what I told you about exaggerating.  You have your facts right, but not the part about them being real.”

Suddenly, there was a loud noisy in front of the house.  Adonis looked out the window and saw a huge Brachiosaurus lazily plucking leaves off the top of the trees.

Words ( 174)

Copyright © 2016 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved

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18 thoughts on “DINOSAUR TRUCK

  1. I think it is because the majority of the time they have a tendency to stretch the truth a bit. They are so surprised when we have things figured out ahead of them, but they learn along the way in life as we did and still do!

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