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#WRITEPHOTO – Subsea by Emine Beasley

A spot of historical fiction by Emine Beasley 

Thank you so much for taking part in #Writephoto – Subsea prompt.

Community – image by KL Caley

Her messy bun held. Just. But trailing plaits swung like pendulums impending doom. The pair helped balance her as she tried to bear the weight of the hydria. Sun warmed water sloshed from its brim, making her sandals slippery and her path more difficult.

Her nimble frame, encumbered, but still nimble enough to weave through sailors unloading ships, stall owners shouting for custom, and other serving girls like her cargo-ing the morning water. Or maybe the furrow of Athenians just had little desire to get tangled within the mess they sensed she would make.

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#writephoto – Subsea – Emine Beasley

Much Love
KL 

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KL Caley specializes in writing fictional short stories. She recently embarked on the adventure of writing a historical fiction novel (coming soon).

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