As the fiery oranges, glowing reds and bright yellows of the glorious day bled away into a dull night sky, life stirred in the abandoned warehouse by the rundown riverside. The setting of the sun was the beginning of the day for Juliana and her followers as they rose above the iconic white chimneys, ready to descend, causing chaos and anarchy in their search for the perfect fix.
But fear made the once bustling night life of London a desolate place as Juliana swooped, searching desperately; a victim of her own success by the imposed curfew to save the innocent. . . .
Day seven of the jump-on-board-for-blogflash2012-30-days-30-prompts-30-posts/ coutesey of Terri Giuliano Long. Pop along to her page The Art and Craft of Writing Creatively for wonderful tips and advice on writing and for reading the entries from wonderful writers.
Full of imagery and detail...wonderful!ReplyDelete
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Beautifully written. I loved this! I wanted more!! :)ReplyDelete
Thank you . . There maybe some more. . . xxxDelete
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Love the striking imagery and totally want to know MORE!! Wonderful closing line: "a victim of her own success..." :)ReplyDelete
Thank you. I enjoyed writing this one. xxxDelete
Thank you. Once I came across the picture, i knew what i wanted to write. xxDelete
Great imagery, killer closing line and it's left me intrigued and wanting to know more!ReplyDelete
I hope to add more sooner rather than later. I'm pleased you like. xxxDelete
Fantastic post :)ReplyDelete
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A fabulous piece, Lizzie! So much imagery packed in!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I enjoyed writing it. xxDelete
Wow! I love this piece. It leaves me wanting to read more.ReplyDelete
Yay! I hope to do some more. Glad you liked. xxDelete
A bit dark and foreboding, a taste of more to come?ReplyDelete
Hope so. xxDelete