Six Sentence Sunday – The Storm Mirror 5


One. Two. Three. Four.

I’m skipping ahead a little bit – Melvin goes up the cliff and knocks the door of the old witch’s house, to confront her about sending the storms.

When the door finally pulled open a little and he could see inside, Melvin didn’t find an old, ugly witch. She was young, and about his height, but probably a few years older – just as Alec had been. Her dark hair was cut a little bit ragged, and from the paleness of her skin, she didn’t get much sun – still, the girl was pretty. 

“Are you the witch Sunshine?” Melvin blurted out, and then wondered too late if it was a smart thing to say.

The corners of the girl’s face quirked down slightly. “No, I’m sorry; the witch will not be available any more.”

Thanks for reading, and I look forward to any comments and critiques!

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7 Responses to Six Sentence Sunday – The Storm Mirror 5

  1. Guilie says:

    Interesting… Is this girl a potential love interest for Melvin? I get the impression she *is* the witch, but for some reason has decided to step away from her powers or duties. Nice six!

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  2. Sue says:

    “quirk” down? Either she is the witch, or not, wonder why no longer available?

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  3. Not enough to tell, yet, but did she know Alec?

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  4. Heh, caught off guard by the pretty witch! Whatever next? 🙂

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  5. Kate Warren says:

    “Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone.” Not sure I believe her about not being the witch, unless she’s retired from it, or never was one in the first place.

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  6. Intriguing six! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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