Welcome to this week’s installment of many micro stories, ranging in length from 100 words to 500 words.
With each story we hope to deliver a little whimsy into the lives of our readers.
Idore. He murmured her name as he dreamed.
She’d left four days ago, and he hadn’t heard from her. Had she taken her spell bag? He couldn’t find it in the cabin.
After a restless sleep, he went outside. The sun was rising; it looked like a nice day. He put on gloves and started digging in the garden.
He heard her voice on the wind–she was back! He looked up at the sky, but to his horror, she was walking.
“Where are your wings?!” he cried.
She shrugged off his concern.
“I don’t need magic to be happy.”
She is the Creator of ‘The Insignia Series’ anthologies (Asian fantasy themed) and has had stories published with Ink & Locket Press, A Murder of Storytellers, Visibility Fiction, and many more.
Kelly lives in Nagoya, Japan with her geeky husband. She loves traveling, knitting, cooking, and of course, reading.
If you enjoyed this drabble you can find it and more in the Hawthorn & Ash 2019 anthology.