February’s Speculative Fiction Prompt: Anjana and Trina

A sweet, funny, and delightful story from Robert. Have fun!

Art by Rob Goldstein

Each month Diana Wallace Peach issues an image as a prompt at her
blog, Myths of the Mirror. This is my SOC mashup of a response.

February’s Speculative Fiction Prompt from D. Wallace Peach February’s Speculative Fiction Prompt


Anjana and Trina

Anjana the elephant wanted to know who caused the snow.

He hated snow and wanted it stopped.

In the distance, he saw a house resting lopsided in a baobab tree.

“Is that house crushing my tree?” Anjana muttered to himself.

He lumbered through the snow until he reached the house and peered

A little girl sat cross-legged on the floor with a notebook and pen.

The little girl looked up and smiled at Anjana.

“Hello…I’m Trina.”

Anjana stepped backward and bowed.

“I am Anjana,” he said.

Trina wrote his name in her notebook.

“Are you a munchkin?” she asked.

Anjana scratched his head with his trunk.

“No, I’m a demigod.”



“I see.”…

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19 thoughts on “February’s Speculative Fiction Prompt: Anjana and Trina

  1. rijanjks says:

    I loved Rob’s story!

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  2. Thank you for re-blogging my response to this months prompt, Diana. I enjoyed working with it and look forward to next month’s challenge.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. michnavs says:

    Rob is such a brilliant writer…

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Rob did a great job with this…I really enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing, Diana!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. I love this one from Rob. Thanks for sharing it, Diana. Hugs to you both.

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