Moonfire Goddess [fiction 118]

“Imagine feeling so alive that you’re both tantalized with the flicker of warm golden flames while at the same time soothed with the caress of cool midnight breezes.”

Tucker nodded. “Okay. Good, but why do you have her in that cowgirl getup? I was thinking something more… ethereal.”

“Ethereal?” Alice frowned. “But you said a strong woman. We didn’t want to put her in a nightie.”

“Fine, whatever.” Tucker checked his list. “What are those stone looking blobs supposed to represent?”

“I’m not sure, but the creatives felt strongly about it. New territory, I guess.”

“Mm, adventurousness perhaps?”

Alice nodded. “Yes, I think so.”

“Let’s shoot it as is then,” Tucker said. “Hopefully it’ll sell some Moonfire mouthwash.”

~*~

Written for Sadje’s What Do You See?

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23 responses to “Moonfire Goddess [fiction 118]

  1. Brilliant, Paula! Lol

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  2. Thanks a lot for joining in the prompt.

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  3. Reblogged this on Keep it alive and commented:
    Sharing Paulaโ€™s take on the Prompt,
    What do you see;
    Enjoy!

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  4. Clever use of the prompt! Thought I honestly would not use a mouthwash called “Moonfire”. ๐Ÿ˜†

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  5. A mouthwash by any other name would still get your breath fresh.

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  6. That made me smile ๐Ÿ™‚ Fabulous!

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  8. This moonfire idea is awesome!! Loved the writing ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  9. Packaging is everything!

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