Friday Fiction: 100 Word Challenge

Friday Fiction: 100 Word Challenge

Friday Fiction: 100 Word Challenge

A quote: “I can honestly say – and it’s a big surprise to me – that I have never had a dream about being on the moon.” ~~ Neil Armstrong

I’ll start with a story …


His story was outrageous, unbelievable. Listening, she felt her heart leap and flutter at her ribs like a frightened bird as she looked down at his bent head, felt his tears falling on her lap.

“My mission was to meet you, to convince you break your engagement,” he whispered as if each word were torn out by torture, “I have to change the future, I was resigned to it. but I’m in love with you. ”

It was impossible, of course. But it explained so much. She lifted his chin, kissing him and made her decision.

And he was gone.


Now, it’s your turn.
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  • GWB says:

    And now I know another reason she kept saying, “NO capes!”
    *sigh* So much for the big entrance.

  • […] There he is again. “You tell that Zergotazz to lay by his volcanic rift. Sending the Silent Posse won’t break this crypto faster.” No motion. “That’s enough data, they said. Plenty of resources, they said. Sorry. It’s not. You’re wasting bandwidth.” The hologram glitched a moment, blurring the henchman’s knees. Suddenly, a while circle appeared around the alien’s torso. A bracelet lit up on its arm, expanded to basketball diameter, slipped below its hand. It exited the hologram, floated across the room to paused above his head. “I ain’t no angel.” The circle dropped suddenly and resumed its original size. — via Darleen […]

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