Sunday Photo Fiction – A Beaker of Magic Passion!

Too too long since I have written flash fiction for Al’s wonderful Sunday Photo Fiction, click here for more information on how to enter your own short short story based on the photo (around 200 words) or to read some of the other delightful entries. Thanks Al.

To me the object in the photo looked like a beaker, the lights at the bottom a little bit like magic, so I wrote accordingly:

137 01 January 3rd 2016

Copyright Al Forbes

A Beaker of Magic Passion

“As you can see,” she whispered seductively, “I hold in my hand a beaker of passionate magic. It is up to you to decide what’s to be done with it.”

He scoffed. “More likely a beaker filled with your overactive imagination.”

“Perhaps, as you say, it is a beaker of imagination. Yet I have found imagination to be closely related to the nature of passions in one’s life!” She responded with a sweet smile.

“You speak nonsense.” He said.

The smile remained on her face although there was a strained quality to it. “It is nonsense only in this reality that you currently endorse as your life. But there are many realities and in mine, the beaker I have is filled with passionate magic. What do you wish me to do with it?”

His caustic laughter most unpleasant and dismissive with intent. “Do with it as you wish, my love. As you wish. I care not for your silliness. I shall go about my day doing precisely as I desire – without need for any mythological magic.”

Removing the stopper from it’s container, her smile became sad as she spoke. “I will do as you have requested. I wish for my own passionate love of you to be transferred to someone who loves and respects me believing that all things are possible if you believe they are.”

A moment later she vanished. He never saw her again, but over the years in his loneliness he often thought he could hear her gentle happy laughter echoing in the reality of the empty chambers of his heart.

But of course he knew it was only his imagination!

*

Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoyed. Have an excellent new week ahead.

With affection,

~ Penny

 

26 thoughts on “Sunday Photo Fiction – A Beaker of Magic Passion!

  1. So glad she found happiness. The loneliness that he felt afterwards must have been heart wrenching. That’s what happens when you have no imagination.

    Great story Penny

    • Hello, dear and so very special friend. Magic does the trick every time! Yes, I agree … loneliness sucks big time (putting it succinctly) 🙂 Seriously I would wish for all of us to be able to connect with each other in a loving way so that loneliness ceased to exist. How cool would that be Al! 🙂 ♡

    • Hi Steve, thank you and a special thanks for stopping by and commenting. True his loss was her gain, I wish it weren’t so. I actually prefer win-win situations, especially when it comes to relationships with one another! 🙂

  2. You’ve been missed Penny 🙂

    I like the story here. I am also glad that she then had someone who would appreciate her more than Mr Unimaginative. Magic is always real, and he will never find any one decent with his attitude 🙂

    • Thank you. Truly. In life there are many many good and loving people. Magic is a great way for them to find one another I think! Also staying connected to the Universal Consciousness that connects us all. Which also makes the seemingly impossible – possible! 🙂

  3. I really wish you would do this more often, your stories are always a delight.
    Elegance and style, and with an uplifting message, as ever.
    Bravo, my dear Penny.

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