Fiction-The Unforgiving Sea

Fiction-The Unforgiving Sea

Wispy strands of hair flew out from under the red beret perched smartly on her head.
 Her cool gaze traveled over the cliff and into the water, as the huge waves crashed onto the beach below.
With one hand, she pulled out a camera from the confines of her overcoat.
 Carefully, she adjusted the focus on the lens, so that the background wouldn’t overshadow the subject.
She calmly peered through the view finder and snapped a picture.

Two white arms and one terrified head struggled to stay above the surging, white foam.
The loud, gut-wrenching yells were ripped from his throat and slammed into the unforgiving cliff, lost forever in their stoic stature.
As she turned to walk away, she glanced back for one second to ensure that he was gone.
He would never, ever hurt another human being again.

This is my entry for Day 1 of the week-long Festival of Words for Write Tribe
Today’s theme was to write a piece of fiction which was exactly 9 sentences long
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0 thoughts on “Fiction-The Unforgiving Sea

  1. OMG that was quite a twist to your tale. Snapped a picture or James Bond style shot him with the camera! Dropping by from WT day 1.

  2. What a surprising twist… from a casual stroll along the sea shore… to … wow! Nicely told… He must have been cruelty himself?:-)

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