Lost and Found, by Aaron Speca (posted with permission)

Flashie Friday/Saturday/Sunday Challenge contribution

Lost and Found

Autumn Stone Bridge

old stone bridge, Scotland, autumn


He didn’t blink. He didn’t dare, because what he was seeing was impossible and he was afraid she would disappear. Dripping and shivering, he stood ankle deep in the center of the stream looking through the stone arch over which he had climbed so often as a child. All those times, he had never really looked before, even when his sister had disappeared ten years ago to the day. Now, peering back at him through a shimmering veil behind which lie what had to be another world, was a woman he would recognize at any age. He reached out towards her even as she extended her hand to him. His fingers tingled with static electricity as they approached the wavy distortion, and with a sudden flash, he vanished.

About suzanawylie

Suzana Wylie is the not-very-pseudo pseudonym of Susan Wylie Wilson, because let's face it, there are lots of Susan Wilsons around, and as an author, I want readers to find ME and not the bazillions of others. I've been writing all my life - since I learned to hold a pencil anyway - and can't NOT write. Other people have to breathe to live; I have to write.
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3 Responses to Lost and Found, by Aaron Speca (posted with permission)

  1. erinsromance says:

    Aaron, as always, your small stories have large stories lurking right behind. I like the image and the emotion both. Good stuff.

  2. Kira Morgana says:

    This one needs more words – it’s brilliant!

  3. mo883mpetersdesires says:

    Brilliant stuff – I would love to see what happens next to him!

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