Fisher Fleetwood and The Fins

Friday Fictioneers is a weekly blog link-up led by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields at Addicted to PurpleThe Challenge – write a one hundred word (plus or minus) story with a beginning, middle, and end inspired by the picture. The Key – make every word count.

The picture is worth a thousand words. These are another one hundred.

*Image Copyright © Jean L. Hays


Fisher Fleetwood and The Fins

Like ostriches they raise their hoods slightly. The bright orb drops below the land line. In a succession so quick it seems simultaneous the Cadillacs lift up, stretch their wheels, and rest horizontal on the warm earth. The few with lights still intact inspect the new colors that appeared as they lay dormant through the brightness. Satisfied with the mutations, they circle around the 1949 and lower their frames to the ground. The 1949 joins them momentarily, then moves forward. The remaining join to form a line, and they observe the highway, nostalgic of their sounds and motions of yesteryear.


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12 thoughts on “Fisher Fleetwood and The Fins

  1. Bwahahaha! Too funny Mel. Things half way are fun to pretend they are going the other way. It always strikes me that those huge communications towers that come to a point at the ground, are trying to take off and are only held down by the cables. Love the Fleetwoods coming Out of the ground. Ha!

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    • Thank you Yolanda! Anything coming to life is pretty creepy, but at least we can outrun cars that can’t drive anymore. 🙂


    • I hope you have fun at your Cruse Night. And if any inanimate friends come to life, give them some oil, 😉 they probably need it.


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