#Friday Fictioneers – Mizu in the Sky

If you fancy giving this week’s Friday Fictioneers a go, make sure you visit Madison Wood’s blog for this weeks photo prompt.

Mizu came from the sky, released by the big black clouds haunting the mountain. Falling into the river she travelled through the thick forests and over the rocks covered in slippery algae. Fish loved her as she hid them from the air and they powered her with momentum. Pushing through the rivers Mizu had so much to see but sunlight always took her home too early. This time she was determined to be a part of the big drop. Racing down the river, she could hear deep rumbling as the current pulled her closer. Today the sun favored Mizu and finally she was granted the gift of the sea. The cycle had been fulfilled and a new adventure awaited her.


48 thoughts on “#Friday Fictioneers – Mizu in the Sky

  1. dmmacilroy says:

    Dear Emma,

    There is magic in the waters. Your story is the fifth i’ve read and joins the others as five perfect stones in the river. I’m envious and appreciative.



    • EmmaMc says:

      That’s a lovely compliment, thank you πŸ™‚ I’m having trouble getting on to yours at the moment, think my internet is playing up! Will promise to drop by though.

    • EmmaMc says:

      It sure is, embrace the freedom and the excitement of the adventure. Thank you for stopping by and look forward to reading yours.

  2. Madison Woods says:

    Every step in the story was an adventure for Mizu it seems, but glad she finally got to make it to the ocean. This had the feel of a myth and I enjoyed it πŸ™‚

  3. Michael Fishman says:

    I never would have thought of a story like this which leaves me feeling a little jealous! This was an enjoyable story of nature’s cycle and you managed to fill me with wonder and optimism.

    • EmmaMc says:

      Haha, well your story was pretty great so no need to feel jealous.I’m glad I managed to instill a sense in adventure and wonder. Was fun writing it.

    • EmmaMc says:

      Oh wow, thank you Jess. It’s a great weekly exercise and makes you really think about what you are writing. Quite a challenge, you should give it a go.

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