Friday Fictioneers – Bombers Moon

It’s that time of the week again – when I flex my fiction muscle. The usual rules apply, the photo copyright belongs to Madison Woods. If you’d like to find out more about what Friday Fictioneers is and how to get involved, you just need to follow the instructions on Ms Rochelle’s site for more info.

PHOTO PROMPT © Madison Woods

It’s a bomber’s moon she thought. Then caught herself, the war had been over 50 years.

Suddenly a whistle pierced the stillness and a crack and thump exploded into a rainbow of colours nearby.

Instinct dropped her to the ground, as close to earth as she could possibly get to reduce her target area

Nana, Nana where are you? Jamie’s voice called out. Your birthday fireworks have started.

Heaving upwards she smiled, if only they had seen me work my resistance magic she thought.

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11 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Bombers Moon

  1. gahlearner says:

    Beautiful story. I feel sorry for her, the terror of these bomb nights never leaves her. But she can smile, and I hope she tells stories about her resistance magic to her grandchildren.


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