An autumn walk

https://fivedotoh.com/2022/10/10/fandangos-flash-fiction-challenge-188/

 

For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows a man wearing a yellow raincoat standing, back to the camera, on a wooden path with yellow autumn leaves on the path and on the ground on both sides of the path.

Ray had walked this path a hundred times before.

He knew every inch of it so he was surprised when he saw the bird.

The small baby bird looked hurt.

Ray stopped to check that the baby bird was ok.

The cool autumn breeze blew the leaves around and he had to be careful not to slip as he bent down.

He was right, the bird was hurt, it had hurt its wing.

He took off his jacket and laid the bird in it, wrapped the fur of his jacket hood around the bird.

He’d bring it to be looked at.

He had a friend who was very good with small animals.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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