I had a little fun with this week’s prompt, and the road less traveled.
Although rarely seen due to their very brief (1 week) adult lives, Luna Moths are considered common. As with all Saturniidae, the adults do not eat or have mouths. They emerge as adults solely to mate, and as such, only live approximately one week. Flash Friday Fictioneers
“Damn! Closed! You said they were open twenty-four hours. I’ve tasted a strawberry-banana smoothie the whole flight! Now, what?”
“Sorry. Maybe, we’re early. It isn’t like we can walk in the place an order, stupid.”
“Wait. A light flickered on in the back, I think. We might be in luck. What do you want?”
“Are you serious?”
“You see that hunk of burning love putting on his apron? My mind isn’t on food, and with only a week to live? Well, that’s where this Luna plans to land. Strawberry-banana?”
“You’re such a fairy!”
5 thoughts on “Hungry Fairies”
LOL Cute and I learned something new tonight about moths. Hey love the new look.
Hunk of burning love? Lol. Gotta get that loving while there’s still time.
My link: http://unduecreativity.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/chasing-the-divine/
Glad you like that! Thanks for reading and hope you visit again!
Ha! Rejection is likely to be painful for that lustful moth.
I’m here: http://mysocalleddutchlife.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/moths-from-mars/
Ha! Love it! I imagine it might! Thanks for reading and glad you enjoyed it.