Five Sentence Fiction: Determination

What it’s all about: Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. Each week I will post a one word inspiration, then anyone wishing to participate will write a five sentence story based on the prompt word. The word does not have to appear in your five sentences, just use it for direction.

This week: DETERMINATION

The careless lies were written upon the wall of pictures meaning of family.

She felt a sense of being abandonment by the ones she loved so much.

She didn’t dare to dream of a new family to put her heart into as she was afraid of the heartbreak.

As they fought to be with her, she wanted to be free.

She longed for the one true love she knew she had at one point, she never wanted to give up on it again.

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6 thoughts on “Five Sentence Fiction: Determination

    1. Thats a pretty good guess, but I actually didn’t get that until now. It does sound like a woman going a divorce. The image I went with was a girl who was abandoned by her family and she wants to find them and make them pay.

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      1. THANKS for the compliment.
        The reason you probably didn’t see the image I got is that you as the artist are too close to what is being created by your hands and your mind. I looked at the completed work from a “distance.”
        The best sentence I can think of in regards to this I would believe is:

        “You can’t see the forest in front of the trees.”

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      2. You’re welcome and I can agree with that quote. I do get too interested in the story than the meaning, but some people can consider that a good thing though 🙂

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