Three generations sat at a small table. A young boy, bright-eyed and bursting with potential energy, looked in awe at his father, a mature man at the height of his success, who looked in awe at his father, a wise man in the last embers of his years, who looked in awe at his grandson.
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7 responses to “Flash Fiction Friday: Cycles”
S. Thomas Summers
Author of Private Hercules McGraw: Poems of the American Civil War
Thanks for reading!
Jonny, I’ve always wanted to tell you that your blog was lovely, but I’ve never had the words until now.
I’m honored. This is also perfect timing — I wasn’t sure what I was going to write about for tomorrow’s blog.
Short, but touching, Jonny…. Well done!
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