FFfAW Week of May 27, 2015 Ancient church


“If only I had hands to write down all my memories” the church thought.

“ Does not matter. I can still remember many happy and sad events.

People planned to build me higher up on the hill but they did not have the transport and manpower to move it up the hill. I am happy to be here!

I remember the last event that took place last Saturday. It was this awesome wedding. The bride and groom were looking perfect in their garments. The sermon was so beautiful. Then the sad thing happened. The bride’s father  stood up to thank everybody for attending. He just sank to the ground and passed away. The stress and excitement was too much for his heart.

The bride and groom thanked everybody and told them to go to the reception to have something to eat and then depart..

Very sad! Such is life for human beings.” The church gave a sigh and was thankful that it survived many hardships and thriving years.

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10 responses to “FFfAW Week of May 27, 2015 Ancient church”

  1. An unusual and nicely written interpretation of the prompt, Scrapydo. I really like the way you show the memories of the church. I often think that about old buildings. If only they could talk … 🙂


    1. If only buildings could talk! Makes it interesting anyway to think about it. Thanks for lovely comment! 🙂

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  2. Loved your take to the prompt – from the perspective of the church! Very creative Scrapydo2! 🙂


    1. Thank you. Thanks also for giving these prompts. They really tickle your brain! 😀

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      1. You’re welcome! Thank you for participating! I enjoy reading your stories. 🙂 I’m glad you enjoy the prompts.


        1. Don’t know what I would do without it! 😀

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          1. Ahhh, that’s really sweet. I really am happy you enjoy it. These flash fictions are addicting. LOL

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