A Child’s Imagination


Through April, May and into June there was no word of John, Ross, Giles and the others.  – Outback Heroes by Evan McHugh

Once Gavin turned into the apartment complex’s main walkway and he immediately knew why Jenny had picked this one. Penny squealed as she rounded the corner and flung her mother’s hand aside. Jenny laughed and hugged Gavin as Penny hugged the lamppost.

“When can I meet Mr. Tumnus?” Penny asked.

This 50-word story was inspired by the photo prompt for this week’s 50 Word Thursday hosted by Tales from the Mind of Kristian.


8 thoughts on “A Child’s Imagination

  1. Now that reference I do get!! I no longer have my original copy of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ (c.1968), but I do have a beautiful hardback copy of the entire series. And what’s on the spine? That very lamppost!

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