Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers

Week of 09-13 through 09-19-2016

his week’s photo prompt is provided by Jade M. Wong. Thank you Jade for our photo prompt!


“Patrick, what is that?” Jeffery asked.

“It’s a magic pink diamond.”

“I can see that it’s pink and diamond shape, but where did you get it?”

“It was on the floor of the space museum.”

“You stole it!”

“No, not exactly, it was sitting by a trash can.”

“Hey!  Maybe it is the object the scientist are looking for.”

“What object?”  Patrick questioned.

“I don’t know, they won’t say anything about it.”

“What is the diamond for, Patrick?”

“It’s amazing!  I left it in my bedroom when I went to  school and when I came home my whole room was neat and clean!  I love it!”

“Maybe your mom cleaned your room.”

“No, she told me if I did not clean it every day she would throw my things in a huge pile on the back porch and I could sort things out there.”

“Wow!  I want one of those.”

“Well, let’s keep it a secret and I will share it with you.”


Words (166)

Copyright © 2016 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved

19 thoughts on “SECRET

  1. Sounds like an interesting beginning of a Disney Sci-Fi movie. Maybe this diamond is good but bad guys scientists or something could do real damage with it? At least maybe they’ll share. But that might be a difficult item to give up.


    • If it is used for the good….that would be wonderful, but if used for destruction, it needs to be destroyed unless it is for needed protection. Hopefully, only good things come from the use of it.:) Thank you for commenting. It would make an interesting Disney Sci-Fi movie! 🙂

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