It starts with the water shifting and flowing.
Rippling waves across the surface with that unnatural sheen hinting at what else is in there.
The seconds count down and suddenly there are shadows forming, slowly at first and then becoming more prominent as if they’ve just realized that they can’t be seen yet.
The magic as the forms start to take shape with a quality that can sometimes jump out at you as if they were tangible. Made even better when they are taken out from their watery birthplace.
Something that you captured and made.
As part of the AtoZ challenge I am writing flash fiction of no more than 100 words. Today’s prompt was…
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