Flash fiction. Weather Proverbs Explained, by Ingrid Jendrzejewski. Image: on the left half of the picture is the silhouette profile of a man shouting; on the right is the white silhouette profile of a young woman. In the background, the sun, clouds and the moon, cut into stripes.

flash: Weather Proverbs Explained

Weather Proverbs, Explained Reading time: about 2-3 minutes “Mare’s tails and mackerel scales  Make tall ships take in their sails.”  She’s studied the weather and knows about clouds which is why her lips are thin and tight. She does not want to tell him about the promotion. Tonight, she will prepare a nice dinner, but […]

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