Away From It All (flash fiction)

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Away From It All

 

Stacey lay on her long board as she swam out from the shore.  When she was far enough out, she sat on her board and waited for a decent wave to come.

Other surfers were mystified why she used a long board, the truth was she enjoyed the stability it offered while she sat and waited. Out here she was alone, she could breathe and think and ponder, and wonder at the vastness of the ocean that lay around her. Then a wave would finally come and she would surf back to the shore, and start all over again.

 

Joanne Fisher

 

This was written with the prompt long board provided by the Carrot Ranch April 30 Flash Fiction Challenge.

 

 

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©2020 Joanne Fisher

 

 

 

 

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