Blessings From Above (flash fiction)

Blessings From Above

The Holy Pigeon often looked down from the cathedral observing all the pious believers below as they walked in and out of the building. Then he would launch into the air to bestow his own blessings on the believers. He usually aimed for the head, but sometimes it landed on their shoulders, or very occasionally, missed them entirely. The people didn’t seem terribly happy when they were chosen, but they failed to understand that it was a great honour for them to be marked this way.

On this day the pigeon looked down at the crowd again wondering which follower they would bless today…

Joanne Fisher

Word count: 104

This was written with the photo prompt provided by Crimson’s Creative Challenge #131.

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