"Can your pebble reach that lotus leaf?" queried the six-year-old Robin as he pointed yonder.
"Oh, yes! Why not?" I said with confidence as I squinted one eye and aimed for that particular leaf that had that flower blooming next to it.
"Oh! missed it!"I said with a crooked nose dreading that my nephew might be upset.
But instead, I heard a "Wow!"
I frowned then followed his vision.
There was a cluster of butterflies in the sky very close to the plop. The kaleidoscope was beautiful, as if maple leaves were flying in the sky.
In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story using the contrasting prompts butterfly and stones. The two can be used in any way in your story. Go where the prompt leads!