February’s Speculative Fiction Prompt : A Very Unusual House Warming Party

A “warm” tale from Marje as February’s stories begin to wrap up. Enjoy. 🙂

M J Mallon YA/Paranormal Author

A Very Unusual House Warming Party

Mr Elephant’s long lashes filled with tears. His heart lay in tatters and the endless falling snow and blizzards were making him wonder what was the point in going on. He longed for blue skies, warm sunshine, lush green trees and someone to play with.

One day he tiptoed upon a charming little tree house in a vast clearing. Unfortunately, even though he liked tiptoeing about, he knew he was too clumsy and cumbersome to live in such a sweet little abode. His trunk could just about fit in the window and extend to the other side but his body would crush it to pieces.  He philosophised about the unfairness of this with several stamps of his rather large feet. His gaze trailed up, and he realised that a bunch of cheeky mice were playing on the roof.  This made him even more angry…

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5 thoughts on “February’s Speculative Fiction Prompt : A Very Unusual House Warming Party

  1. Such a warm and sensational story, Marjorie! Lovely. ❤

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  2. Thanks for sharing Diana. 🙂

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