Five Sentence Fiction – Travel

“I want to travel the world,” she said as she stared out the window, seeing the same boring image that was there every day.

Frustration washed over her; she ached for something new and exciting, her eyes hungry to see different places.

Sometimes she dreamed of the unknown, the uncharted, the undiscovered.

She dreamed about exploring all these things that were somewhere out there, waiting for her to reach them.

But she never even reached the door; she just sat by the window and dreamed.


This week’s attempt at Five Sentence Fiction.


8 Comments Add yours

  1. With A Writer's Sword says:

    Ahh, the tragic tale of a dreamer! *Yells at her to walk out the door*

  2. You’ve capture a cycle of doldrums that occupy some people’s entire lives. Nicely done.

    1. Jim says:

      Sorry to have left the wrong link above. That link has posts about our travels.
      But this one is the one with my FIVE LINES.

  3. Jim says:

    I wish she’d have Mrs. R. ~~ We travel, there’s no other
    diversion that adds sooo much to one’s dimensions.
    It read very well, your readers should be waiting in
    anticipation over what “She” would do.

  4. Kate says:

    That is so true. Sometimes its hard to take that first step.

  5. Wonderful! I felt the sadness of desiring things that just never happened.

  6. Patricia says:

    In many ways I can relate to this…always the daydreamer.

    1. mrsreckless says:

      I can relate, too. I’d rather see those daydreams come true, though. Thanks for stopping by!

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