So hard to tell a story with so few words. Well done.
A dire situation, indeed.
Ut oh.... well done with so few words :)
Ah well. Worse things happen at sea. Oh wait...
smiles....in trouble at this point...and this makes for a cool metaphor as well...
You got to the essence of the story. No mean achievement, that! Well done.
Well done. Beautifully succinct. Still ponder doing a limerick in 140 characters but it seldom gets there unless I cheat and say that the spaces are not characters.
so complete...or is it? I don't know, could be a cliff hanger (or endless sea) for more tiny writes each their own neat little package.well done!
Hence the saying, "Dead in the water."Wonderful micro-fiction story, Hank. I am glad you started doing them. They are an easy, short post. I.e. not real time consumeing...
Time to swim for itOr maybe have a real fitAnd eat one another as wellHmmm that would not be swell
You've done well with so few words:)
A succinct tragedy. Awesome! I really liked your slant on the photo.
I can only say, don't set sail without your rations. Enjoyed this, Hank--and agree, there are some things that we will never conquer.
Nice micro fiction ~ I hate to be stuck at the middle of the sea though ~
A story in such few words..You painted it with such vision.
The novel I'm currently reading had a collapse-at-sea theme. What is in today's air? High winds, I suppose.
Damn, I want more...Well done, but I want more... ;D
Talk about getting to the point. Really cool concept with the micro fiction, and great execution. Loved it.
Very well done, Hank. A whole story there for sure.K
I can't help but smile... the delivery is wonderful.