A Story in Five Sentences – Flash Fiction – October 7, 2014

Good Fortune

Jingua was up at five thirty, had eaten her breakfast of tea and rice and was on the road to work.  She sat with other girls, sometimes younger other times older, sewing sequins on party dresses.  At noon and in the evening more tea and rice with maybe some fish or vegetables. She was asleep by nine. She knew she was lucky, as her mother always said, “At least you’ve never suffered hunger.”

 

Five Sentence Fiction – Hunger

12 thoughts on “A Story in Five Sentences – Flash Fiction – October 7, 2014

  1. Great story, Georgia. I remember my sister and her son struggling for years and living on rice. Your story is very plausible. I just discovered this prompt on Jen’s blog…must remember now…I like flash fictions. Teaches me to say more in less words.

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