(2) Flash Fiction – Falmouth Bay

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© Fatima Fakier Deria

She looked out at the panoramic views over Falmouth bay wondering about the people below, as tourists jostled for better views she remained still, it was a clear day and the views stretched out in front of her.

She watched as tug boats pulled cruise liners out towards sea and smiled as she recalled children’s television programmes tug boat inspired.

Her husband had left her sat their while he explored the museum with her young children, she wouldn’t be going far without someone pushing her along but at least it meant she retained the best views in house.

I have kinda cheated this week and done two, The last time we went to the National Maritime Museum I was struggling with my wonderful health so this is inspired by that.

Thanks as always goes to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

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