The Saxon Princess, a 112-word flash fiction, was written in response to Sue Vincent’s weekly photo prompt. Join in or read other entries here!
The Saxon Princess
Princess Judith hid behind the huge rock and retrieved her slaughtered father’s dagger.
The entire village watched her run to the mountains, her wedding dress trailing behind. No one stopped her or helped. They feared Bolverker, the conqueror.
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