Fantasy Fiction posted August 27, 2019


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Carol crossed the most curious country

Concerning Carol's Circuit

by Katherine M. Kean

Clumsy Carol cohabits with Charles in a chilly castle in Canterbury. Carol chortled, chuckled, and culminated by cheering conspicuously as she convincingly and confidently clinched her cautious circumbendibus circuit crossing her changing, challenging, celestial constellation. She continued to collide constantly with countless components of the constellation, in contempt of the crowbar she was carrying. This can't be a careful, comfortable concept, and is contrary to her controversial course. It could be considered as creative coincidence, or is it to a certain degree a conspiracy?

Carol chattered as she consolidated her considerable collection of charms concurrently with her crusade. Her celestial constellation connects with her cupboard, coupling chimeric conception to concreteness, but she continued to creep past this, crying as she confronted a conundrum. Could she count on the central corridor to conduct her contentedly to her conservatory, or not? It was too cruel a choice. Certainly, in her combined condition of cold and constraint she couldn't cope with the capricious climate that cocooned her in confusion.

She was constant in her chase for comfort, and concluded by creating a café/coffee-house combination where she crooned to herself as she covertly consumed curried chicken couriered in from Columbia. Carol capitalized on her contentment to come close to her castle. But there she was considerably concerned. Currently in the club room, circling again, she came into contact with the curtains, catching her cropped curls in their cotton, whereupon she collapsed calmly onto the comfortable cushions and conjectured about her crammed .calendar of capers.



Travel Story with Alliteration writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
Write a flash fiction TRAVEL STORY that features as much ALLITERATION as you can cram in.
Break the rules! Go overboard with adjectives and alliteration in a STORY of up to 300 words describing some form of travel experience.
Pays one point and 2 member cents.


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