Flash Fiction Foray-‘Come on England’

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The wickets weren’t the only thing falling in Yvonne’s story… By Andrew Gray (http://flickr.com/photos/shimgray/2478441375/) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
It’s that time of week again, and this week there are three entries to take a look at, based on the song Come on England by England’s Barmy Army, to celebrate cricketing glory in the Ashes for England.

The entrants here were Ritu, from But I Smile Anyway…, who perfectly summed up the bouncy appeal of both the song and the closing stages of the final over of a Test innings itself. wafflemethis twisted the task a wee bit (in no way a bad thing) and wrote a very detailed descriptive (and optimistic) piece with football in place of cricket. And lastly, Kritsa Yvonne had a piece with a marked twist and some razor sharp wordplay.

Ritu’s piece: Flash Fiction Foray #14 – Come On England!

Wafflemethis’s piece: FFF#14

Yvonne’s piece: Flash Fiction – Come on England!

The prompt for the next week will be posted at (around) 19:00 UTC tomorrow. Thanks go to all the participants!

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