Beguiling (flash fiction)

Beguiling

“Why did you sit at my table?” Jenna asked her.

“You looked interesting, so I thought I would try to beguile you.” Dani replied.

“Beguile me?”

“Yeah, like you know, charm you.”

“How do you know I swing that way?” Dani shrugged.

“I don’t, but working that out is the fun part.”

Joanne Fisher

Word count: 51 + prompt

This was written with the prompt beguile provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #194.

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Šī¸2021 Joanne Fisher

10 thoughts on “Beguiling (flash fiction)

      1. Easier said than done, BUT half the trick is detaching from the outcome and allowing yourself to have fun with flirting like that. If you crash, you crash, and if you can have fun, maybe you at least make a friend 🙂

        So the theory goes anyway. I’m hardly an expert in practice there, but I understand the theory, LOL.

        That, and you should allow yourself to see what your readers here see in you. 😉

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