Thursday, 12 June 2014

Wishes - Five Sentence Fiction #9

       "Look mother! The Wishing Flower!" cried the little girl as she ran through the field where hundreds of dandelions stood proudly under the sun, waiting to be wished upon.

       She picked one among them, taking extreme care as if she was afraid to hurt them if she was too harsh and closed her eyes earnestly making a wish.

       Alice stood there witnessing her daughter blow the petals after making the wish, curious as what the kid could have probably wished for.

       "What did you wish for?" she asked once she opened her eyes, unable to contain her curiosity anymore, expecting to hear about wanting toys or chocolate.

     "I wished to be a good girl so you don't send me to school as punishment while playing with my younger sister" answered the kid with an innocence that brought a smile on her face.

       
PS: Linking this post to the Five Sentence Fiction - Wishes prompt.

Until the next post,
Keep Smiling :)

Love,
Swathi :)

61 comments:

  1. Awww, how adorable :) Trust a child to come up with something like that!

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    1. Thank you ma'am :) Actually this was my line to my mom :D

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  2. How innocent is the kid and the pic prompt and the little story go hand-in-hand.

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  3. Oh so sweet this is...innocence in the write up really

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  4. Ah that innocence. Wish we could be children forever!

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  5. So much innocence in this one!

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  6. That was an unexpected but a natural wish of a small child.Nice story

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  7. How cute is that? :) lovely story :)

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  8. a story filled with so much innocence ! :) lovely

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  9. That's so cute and innocent!! just loved it!

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  10. Aaawwww that was so cute:-) Kids...:-) adorable pic:-)

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  11. aww!! the innocence of child always brings smile on others face! well written :) !

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    1. Thank you Crimson :) Children sure are innocent :)

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  12. Aww.. so sweet :) :) Lovely post!

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  13. Aah! Such an endearing innocence!! :)

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  14. Nice Swathi! Nothing could beat a child's innocence! :)

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  15. hehehehehe..innocence personified.

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    1. :D trust kids to come up with such answers :D

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  16. Aww, that was such a sweet little story....Swathi! The innocence of the little girl is so well portrayed!

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  17. Wow, you've painted a beautiful emotion here. Lovely!

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  18. too cute! kids and their innocent wishes!
    :)

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  19. love this <3 d pic n d words are so much in sync <3

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  20. the innocence of kids .. why did we adults loose all that .. I wish we all got it back


    Bikram

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    1. Isn't it? Growing up doesn't seem as good as it did when we were kids!

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  21. Sooo cute :) Schools are so dreadful at that age na?

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    1. True! You wont believe it but I escaped from school once when I was 5 :D

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  22. Ahh so sweet , this is :) I'm sure the mom listened to her :D

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    1. Thanks Sreeja :) Of course! How can she resist that charm ;)

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  23. This is so cute and innocent ... loved it :-)

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  24. Such an innocent wish, Swathi :)

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    1. It surely is innocence that brought this wish :) Thanks Anita :)

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  25. Cute and Innocence. You actually said that makes it even more cute now :D I just love kids (well, as long as they don't start using their evil brain starting all the pranks like I did ;) )

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