For those who don’t know, Friday Fictioneers is a challenge to write a 100 word story from a picture prompt. It’s hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, and anyone can play. Thanks for hosting, Rochelle! Check out the link at the end of my story to see what other fictioneers did with this week’s prompt.
This week I cheated – massively.
The Dog and The Tree (Translated from the original by EL Appleby)
Tree was mostly happy with his lot, he had plenty of sun and his dear friend, Stream, flowed beneath his roots. If it wasn’t for that damned dog, everything would be perfect.
Tree had an idea, he whispered it to Stream, ‘Rustley-rustle-rustle?’ 
And Stream replied ‘Whoosh-trickly-whoosh-whoosh-wooshy-wooshy-woo.’ 
The next day, Dog came bounding along and lifted his leg, ‘Woof! Woof-woofy-woof-woof!’
Stream, who’d been holding his breath for a good hour, aimed a burst of icy water at Dog’s privates.
‘Yelp!’  said Dog.
‘Rustle-rrrustle-rustle!’  giggled Tree.
(100 words – translations below for those who don’t speak Doggish, Treese or Streamese)
 Love ya, Tree, I really really love ya!
 Hey, Stream, I’ve got a plan to sort that damned dog out once and for all, you in?
 Fuck me, that’s cold!
 Best. Fun. Ever.