She stared out the window onto the treetop and heaved a sigh. She watched the Kestrel family who lived in the nest with envy. Her food was magically delivered when she needed it, but she wanted family. The brush dragged down that hair, a tear fell, and a bird flew.

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3 thoughts on “Fifty word story: Rapunzal

  1. This. Was. Amazing. I just love authors who use constrained writing (restricting themselves) I’m order to improve. I’ve followed and ill be sure to check out some of your other posts. I’m a fellow writer myself and would love to get your feedback on some of my posts if you have time. I’ve done a similar story to this called ‘please get better’ you might want to check it out. I’m working on a novel currently and I post short stories on my blog. If not, thanks anyway, have fun writing and keep it up 🙂

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