Intricacies of Ecosystems – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

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Every Wednesday we get a new picture prompt for the Friday Fictioneers, a writing challenge graciously hosted by our Fairy Blog Mother Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.
The task of the challenge is to write a story: beginning, middle, and end, in 100 words or less. You can find all the Fictioneers’ stories when you click on the little frog. Please read, comment, and if you like, join the fun. Everyone is welcome.

 


Image © J Hardy Carroll Used with permission for this Friday Fictioneers Challenge only. Any other use of this image requires C.E. Ayr’s permission. Thank you for the image!


Intricacies of Ecosystems

“Controlled weather, you say?”

“Yup. It’s called a greenhouse.”

“What makes you think that we can live here?”

“Humans control the weather so they can grow plants in here that would wither outside now. And there’s plenty of water.  We can raise the veil and grow our own crops.”

“Sounds tempting. How about our steeds?”

“Room enough for them too. Just don’t let them be seen beyond the veil. Humans have poisons they call insecticides.”

“Very well, Dandelion. I shall bring your suggestion before Queen Mab. Maybe she’ll refrain from killing humanity for destroying Faerieland with their climate change.”

(100 words)


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45 thoughts on “Intricacies of Ecosystems – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction

    1. That would be a great base for a SciFi story. Planet destroyed, some people can settle on another one, legends about what happened, the spacecraft becomes the arc, the gods (like ours from Sumer and later) promise to never do it again… 😉 I am getting carried away here. Thank you

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    1. Thank you. I’m glad you liked the idea. I don’t know enough elf and faerie legends to really know what they are supposed to do, so I prefer to let them do it ‘my way’. 😉

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