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This week’s question comes from Marc Stevens.

Flash Fiction Challenge: Planes, trains, and automobiles (even boats) give us a quick scene set on/in a moving vehicle.

A:   The whooshing wind surrounds the silver bullet as we soars through the sky. Puffs of white clouds are split in two and as I look out the window I imagine I’m in a field of cotton. We throttle up, the engine roaring in pleasure as she speeds and climbs in altitude. Once we level out, the gentle hum calms my fluttering heart. Below I can see specs on roads, trees that look like miniatures, and buildings reaching toward the sky, though they seem small in retrospect. Flying high, seeing the world from above, is enough to make any human feel insignificant, but what a beautiful time to live.

Thanks for stopping by again this week! Make sure to hop on over to Kathryn Renard’s blog and read her flash fiction post. Don’t forget to check back here next Tuesday for our new topic! 🙂