Robin Hawke


Sally Cat
November 3, 2011, 2:37 PM
Filed under: Three Sentence Stories

The bougainvillea curled over the tall wooden fence, sending sprays of cerise flowers in search of another support. Despite the height, despite the width, a cat nested in the vines at the top of the fence. When it stormed, she came down to be adopted inside.

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Love it, we just adopted a cat yesterday, a stormy day, but a joyful occasion for us.

Comment by ClaireMcA

My skinny beagles came in right before a winter storm. Animals know whose door to knock on.

Comment by Robin Hawke

You might have meant “sending” instead of “sent” in the first sentence, based on the clause structure. Otherwise this was an elegant execution on microfiction. Quite weathery.

Comment by John Wiswell




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