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Five Sentence Fiction – Malice

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Five Sentence Fiction – Malice

 

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                         MALICE

He looked around the room with satisfaction, perfect with soft music, dim lights and a red heart shaped seat between I and U, to show her there were no hard feelings in spite of the separation they agreed mutually though he couldn’t suppress a mischievous laugh.

She arrived on time, looked around, saw the arrangements and responded to his invitation for a last dance.

Then slowly he steered her towards the seat and was just about to make her sit,  she quickly switched their position and forced him on the  seat.

Taken by surprise he could not respond and went down the hole with the seat.

She stepped back looking at the gap and smiled scornfully as if all those year living with him had not taught her enough about him.

 

©2013 indira mukhopadhyay

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About Indira

I knew all along that life is about, love, compassion, compatibility and friendship, but now I have discovered that life is also about sharing thought, encouraging others and getting encouraged. So here I am with my blogs about life, friendship, love, and whatever life has taught me.

10 responses »

  1. A Big Wow…loved the story
    have a long list of people I want to see go down the hole lol….oh the wicked me..
    love you Ma ❤

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  2. Fantastic story, Indira. I’m happy for her. 👿

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  3. You have to be careful…people get to know you after awhile.
    Scott

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  4. Uh oh! We all think that we can hide ourselves from others, but….. Clever story!

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  5. Oh, I like this! This is one that leaves my mind reeling with what the back story was 🙂

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