Flame on the Horizon ~ Tryst Fiction

Flame on the Horizon ~ Tryst Fiction



I can’t tell you if we will ever go back there.

The events of last night will haunt us for years to come.

Dreams, reality and nightmares, it was everything.

I reached for his hand and we walked away from it all.

Leaving the red flame of the horizon far behind us.





A Lillie McFerrin Piece ~ Five Sentence Fiction


What it’s all about: Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. Each week I will post a one word inspiration, then anyone wishing to participate will write a five sentence story based on the prompt word. The word does not have to appear in your five sentences, just use it for direction.


This week’s word: Flame




©Think. Speak. Tryst. Publication



20 responses to “Flame on the Horizon ~ Tryst Fiction

    • Thank you very much!! I am really enjoying writing for 5SF!! You are quite awesome!! (( I may go somewhere with this particular piece… )) Welcome to Tryst!! I’m honored to have you!! XO~ Jen

      • Well, then, I think you should try to do this!! When writers have style that is simple & comfortable for them, and that’s the only style they write… it is challenging to improve the skill. When a writer tries to write something that they are NOT the best at, working those different styles really tunes and improves the writer as a whole. It is good for your talent to step outside the box!! It will make your normal styles of writing even better!! ((Just a lil bit of Jen advice)) XOXO

      • absolutely…i will give it a shot…i need to use a lot of words…i find it so hard to keep them little..but ur piece was provocative and fiery…one day sure 🙂

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