Microfiction Monday #50

Welcome to Microfiction Monday,
where a picture paints 140 characters, or even fewer.





May is thinking of her husband, now laid to rest and wondered, "How many shades of blue could there be?" as she sat pondering by the sea.     (137 char)





Every Monday, Susan at Stony River hosts Microfiction Monday. She posts a picture and you add a caption in 140 characters or less. Come and join in!

20 pinky-swear friends shared a thought or two...:

Deborah said...

Aww, so sad ... but very clever! and yes they are FUN! Thanks for popping by my mine :o)

Ellie said...

Sad but beautifully written. Loved it.

Have a great week x

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Very cleverly put. I recall ssitting on a beach in Spain doing exactly that,

Enjoy your day.

Madeleine said...

That is lovely, contemplative and profound. :O)

Greyscale Territory said...

Sad but love the words "how many shades of blue..." Beautifully captures the strange wandering of thoughts by the sea!

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Sad but moving Very touching.

jabblog said...

Poignant.

G-Man said...

What a wonderful write...
Thank You for sharing...G

˙·٠•●❤Sh@KiR@ ❤●•٠·˙ said...

This is SO ROMANTIC...
I love it! well done!

Mine is up

Have you a Blessed Week!
hugs
shakira

David said...

This is beautiful. There are many shades of lue, aren't there?

Priyanka Bhowmick said...

sad yet beautiful!!

Quilly said...

When pining for a lost loved one, blue comes in infinite shades. This is a sad but lovely story.

Marina said...

so beautiful! I enjoyed your micro-story! :-)

Diane said...

Lovely! Very sweet :O)

septembermom said...

Comforting to be by the sea at a time like that. Well done.

John's comments said...

mediation to ease the pain My 140 Hope your week goes well

hope said...

Interesting how many things we've had this woman thinking today. :)

sylviamorice said...

This is melancholy....I love it! Have a great week. Cheers!

Pat said...

Wistful, poignant and lovely poetic language! Well done.

Sioux Roslawski said...

What a neat twist. You make the reader wonder: is the shades of blue sadness or the ocean? Well done.