Flash and Micro Fiction

Stardust

Twinkling nights combined with the soft blue light of the moon is nothing short of beautiful.

Look upon the skies on those clear, crisp autumn nights. Smell the wood smoke combined with the leaves turning in the air. And you’ll see it too.

If you look closely enough, you can see the freckles of your own stardust reflected back at you.

Β© Sarah Doughty

35 thoughts on “Stardust”

  1. I am confined to a bed, yet I can smell the wood, see the stars, and feel the stardust on my face. I loved this so much that I reblogged it. Thank you for whisking my away to an ethereal place

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