What island were they on now?
From her elevation, Margaret let her wrists go limp in their ropes, her head relaxed back against the upright post of the cross.
This week’s Elephant Image is “Lions in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania” by Roman Boed
The flatboat and the mule rotated slowly like the inexorable turn of the earth on its axis, drifting down the muddy current of the rain-swollen stream.
The woman sank, swaying a little, to the bench at the front of the store. Her features twisted out tears, her cheeks blotched.
“Hi,” she said, and smiled widely as she halted over the metal grate of a storm drain.
Freddie lowered his china cup and smiled as he contemplated his sister’s profile…