Blackberries – Sunday Photo Fiction

AnElephantCant resist any type of berries
Big juicy fruity ones just fill him with awe
He doesn’t care about colour
Green blue red or duller
He is quite happy if they are goose lingon or straw

Sound Bite Fiction

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly challenge presented by my old friend Al Forbes.
The idea is to write a short story (200 word max) inspired by what you see in his picture (below).
This week’s delightful photo makes me think of beautiful autumn days, when the world is a wonderful place.
Click on this link to enter your tale, and see what others have written.

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I love blackberries.
And Kirk and the girls just love the blackberry jam I make.
But they are so small this year.
Too dry, I think, we have not had enough rain this summer.
So when I am picking some today, rather poor specimens, I suddenly get quite excited.
I see this towering oak tree in a field, with blackberry bushes all around it.
And they look laden with fruit.
I forget I am a lady, clamber over the fence…

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1 Response to Blackberries – Sunday Photo Fiction

  1. Dale says:

    And with his tough skin, he doesn’t have to worry about being eaten alive by the little flying critters!


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