Flying Dragon #Sunday Photo Fiction

 

Small town was buzzing with excitement. The advertisement on radio, television and on street corner hoardings promised unveiling of a replica of the great ancient flying dragon. 

Come have a look; take a picture” the advertisement said, “entry fee minimum; children and seniors free.”

What in god’s name is this thing?” A asked his friend V looking at the replica of a giant prehistoric flying creature, “what does this stand for?

This is a part of our history and culture,” answered V, “ this flying dragon symbolises our monetary prowess and military might.”

Money I can understand,” A answered, “why else anyone waste so much money on this ugly monster; but military, I doubt!”

You will never understand,” V scoffed, “this flying dragon avoids detection by radar.”

Why do I need this?” A asked, “when I can simply send a precision missile and destroy these dragons from a distance?”

These boys are raising too many questions?” observed an event manager, “break them up.”

You boys take your picture and keep moving” a stern looking security incharge intervened, “there are others waiting.” 

With a sigh, friends exited the show. 

Word Count : 188

This little piece of fiction was inspired by the weekly prompt challenge hosted by Sunday Photo Fiction Feb 3rd, 2019, for Aspiring Writers. For other stories on the theme, look here.

Photo Credit: C E Ayr

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