It has been a long while since I wrote a Friday Fictioneers challenge. This week’s photo, courtesy of The Reclining Gentleman, woke me up.
In case you are not aware, A photo prompt is posted each week and the challenge is to tell a story in 100 words or less. https://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/12-february-2016/
You were only seven when your classmates sent the pot of blooming daffodils.
Bright, bobbing blooms to grace that hospital room. Mrs. Goodson told me how your friends at school brought in quarters so she could buy them.
We planted them by the maple tree in the yard. Do you remember?
Over the years those flowers flourished, enchanting every spring.
Later on, your youngest son helped you dig some up to plant at your home far away.
Then you went away, forever. They did not bloom again.
I wonder, do they bloom for you in heaven?
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