Mama Bear (89 Words)
It was a long and arduous journey. The snowy hills stretched on forever. When the stars came out, the light sparkled like a thousand diamonds on the cold whiteness.
But Snow-Bear was not afraid. The vastness of it all did not frighten him. All the stars, the wonder of it all, was a mystery safely viewed from the warmth of his mother’s back.
Snow-Bear’s mama dug in the snow.
“We’ll sleep here tonight,” she said.
Snow-Bear snuggled into her furry warm side. He fell into deep and happy sleep.
Written for Mother’s Day, based on Cathy Baxter’s beautiful painting, “Polar Back Ride”! And in response to the Daily Post’s Daily Prompt, “Core.” Check it out!