It’s that time of week again, and this week there are five fantastic entries to take a look at, based on Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata.
The entrants here were Ritu from But I Smile Anyway… had a beautiful, meaningful piece which was nonetheless harrowing, in a similar way to Rich from wafflemethis who wrote a lovely and haunting piece; which reminded me of somewhat Nihilistic values which sadly seem realised in some circumstances. Kritsa Yvonne decided to use a well-written message warning against the fear spread in the aftermath of such atrocities and suggesting a course of action; whereas Sheldon Kleeman‘s piece ‘Who Is Judging Who’ contains a poignant and timely reminder of human mortality and life’s fickleness. Ending on a lighter note, Curtis Bausse had a clever poem with a cheerful and charming monologue.
Ritu’s post: Flash Fiction Foray – FFF#21 – Moonlight Sonata
Rich’s piece: FFF#21
Yvonne’s piece: Flash fiction – Moonlight Sonata
Curtis’ piece: Sonata or sonata?
Sheldon’s piece: FFF21 Beethoven Moonlight Sonata
The next challenge will be given tomorrow evening…