Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompt #6

Welcome to this week’s Scribe’s Cave Picture Prompts! This week’s image from from the Distractify abandoned ruins reminds me of Thomas Dolby’s “Invisible Lighthouse” Tour; we got to see the show when he came to Los Angeles. First, I have loved Mr. Dolby since he first popped on the music scene and was bummed when I saw the tour was coming and we couldn’t go; then, when the second show was added for Los Angeles, I jumped on the opportunity. I forgot how it feels to hang out late at night (the show didn’t start until after 10pm on a Friday)–I’m too old for such antics!

Expectations:

As a writer of flash, you should be familiar with the following expectations:

  • Word limit: keep it between 50-200 words
  • If your flash has adult content, be sure to indicate such so that we can warn our more tender-aged readers
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  • Submit by next Monday

Prompt:

Source: michaeljohngrist.com From Wikipedia: A formal penal island used by the Russians, Aniva was once sought after by both the Russia and Japan. This now Russian controled territory sits unihabited in the seas between Japan and the eastern coast of Russia.