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Cloudspinner

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2021

    She fed lines of taut vapor into her spindle, unwinding spools and spools of threaded water droplets. The drops would wriggle where they hung, tiny eels squirming in the air. She'd offer a napalm hand to the clump, and guide it into her wheel, guide it into wisps of cotton bursting out the other end. She'd crease strings of the fleece together into sugar-spun tradegies, spinning stories when she spun her wheel.
    Then, she'd pick up...

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Cloudspinner

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She fed lines of taut vapor into her spindle, plucking water droplets from the air. She could see the drops wriggling where they hung in tiny clumps. She'd offer her hand to the group, letting them slip down into her palm. She'd guide them into her wheel, where they'd burst out into wisps of cotton, and crease themselves together. She'd caress the fleece with soothing words, pushing them closer together until they were as fluffy as picturesque clouds. Then, she...

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AMA (United States) published:

Cloudspinner

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She fed lines of taut vapor into her spindle, plucking water droplets from the air. She could see the drops wriggling where they hung, and she'd look for a fat one, struggling to stay afloat. She'd offer her hand to the drop, letting it slip down into her wheel, bursting out into wisps of cotton. The strands would twine themselves together at her encouragement, creasing into arbitrary shapes. When she decided there were enough that no drop would ever feel...

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One, Two, Nothing

PROMPT: Science Fiction Competition 2021

 
    If their lives were a painting, the girl with was the twisting colors, sparkling drops of hopes and dreams wriggling on the canvas. 
    If their lives were a painting, the girl without was the knife stabbed into the fabric, weeping as she ripped apart a painstakingly drawn world.

    They were twins, but they were forced. They weren’t gently spun silk weaving one life force into two beings. They were ripped chenille, slashed fabric saturated in...

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AMA (United States) published:

One, Two, Nothing

PROMPT: Science Fiction Competition 2021


    If their lives were a painting, the girl with was the twisting colors, sparkling drops of hopes and dreams wriggling on the canvas. 
    If their lives were a painting, the girl without was the knife stabbed into the fabric, weeping as she ripped apart a painstakingly drawn world.

    They were twins, but they were forced. They weren’t gently spun silk weaving one life force into two beings. They were ripped chenille, slashed fabric saturated in fake...
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AMA (United States) published:

One, Two, Nothing

PROMPT: Science Fiction Competition 2021


    If their lives were a painting, the girl with was the twisting colors, sparkling drops of stories and dreams wriggling on the canvas. 
    If their lives were a painting, the girl without was the knife stabbed into the fabric, weeping as she ripped apart a painstakingly drawn world.

    They were twins, but they were forced. They weren’t gently spun silk weaving one life force into two beings. They were ripped chenille, slashed fabric saturated in fake...
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AMA (United States) published:

One, Two, Nothing

PROMPT: Science Fiction Competition 2021


    If their lives were a painting, the girl with was the twisting colors, sparkling drops of stories and dreams wriggling on the canvas. 
    If their lives were a painting, the girl without was the knife stabbed into the fabric, weeping as she ripped apart a painstakingly drawn world.

    They were twins, but they were forced. They weren’t gently spun silk weaving one life force into two beings. They were ripped chenille, slashed fabric saturated in fake...
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