Treasure Island

Jose Armando Guzman

(August 3,1978 / Nogales, Sonora Mexico)

Flash Fiction


Her smile spoke to me.
The shine of her essence spoke to me.
It was the way she held her book
as she read that sent a shiver
through my entity.

Her aura and vibration spoke to me.
The laughter and cheer in her voice
spoke to me.
Even her silence spoke to me.

It was a beautiful moment under
the fluorescent lighting.

Our story was flash fiction.
500 words.
No more.
No less.

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

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