It’s Friday, well it is here in the UK, so it’s time for Friday Fictioneers. Each Wednesday Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a photo prompt and writers from all over the world drop everything ( almost) to write 100 words and post by Friday. It’s a great way to meet some great people, so why not give it a try?. Here is the photo for this week, courtesy of Rennee Homan Heath.
Genre – Memoir (99 words)
Blue skies, warm soft air, white sand,
The days of love and longing here
Long ago, crowd my mind and bring a smile.
We are older now and unable
To run up sand dunes, or lie together
As we did back then, lost in wonder.
We walk more slowly across the sand
Still hand in hand, lovers still but not
That hectic, frantic love driven by need and lust,
A gentle touch, a smile, an embrace now speak
Our love, we will remember always those first days
When we made our pledge, one to the other,
Always and forever.