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Fireworks   1493.00.01  
Creators: Ellen Million (Writer), Non-Member Artist (Inspiration), Elizabeth Barrette (Illustration), Non-Member Author(s)
Rai and Bai watch fireworks with their father. (A drabble)
Posted: 09/21/11      [1 Comment] ~ 102 words.
 

Even Rai could see the fireworks, oohing and ahing at the brilliant splashes of color as they exploded overhead.

"That one looks like a dragon," Bai explained for him in awe. "How do they do that, Papa?"

'It's magic,' another father might have said, or possibly brushed it off with, 'It's complicated.' But not their papa; he said honestly, "I don't know, but if you'd like to learn about it, we can tour the Explosiveworks Guild."

Bai bounced on his toes. "I want to!" he said enthusiastically, and Rai at his side also nodded vigorously.

They had the best father.

Author's Notes

Inspired by MG Ellington during the June, 2011 Muse Fusion. The photograph is by Elizabeth Barrette. This form is a drabble, exactly 100 words long.

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