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Written for Lillie Mcferrin’s Five Sentence Fiction: Prompt – Forgotten
She sat on the blanket, opened the flask, and poured the chilled liquid into the glasses tittering on the grass between them. “Made them just the way you like them, up dirty, bruised with blue cheese olives.”
The breeze stirred and she could have sworn it brought the scent of Chanel.
She smiled as memories flooded her mind and lifted the glass high. “To my dearest friend, you have not been forgotten.”
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- Fiction: Forgotten (sabethville.wordpress.com)
- Remember the Good Times (jeanswriting.com)
Five Sentence Fiction –This week’s word: BEDTIME
What it’s all about: Five Sentence Fiction is about packing a powerful punch in a tiny fist. Each week I will post a one-word inspiration, then anyone wishing to participate will write a five sentence story based on the prompt word.
“Mommy! I need some water.”
“Jeremy, you had water fifteen minutes ago; go to sleep.”
“Mommy! I’m scared, there’s something under my bed.”
“There is nothing under your bed; go to sleep.”
She lifted the covers, “Just this once,” she said, slipping under the
covers and pulling him close; “Tomorrow you go bed like a big boy.”
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