No Mirrors (flash fiction)

No Mirrors

“Thanks for letting me stay the night. I didn’t know what I would do when I got lost.” she said.

“No problem.” I replied. “We’re happy to help.”

“You’d be surprised by how many people get lost around here and end up at our door.” Helena, my partner, added.

“I was hoping to freshen up, but can’t find any mirrors here, not even in the bathroom. You two girls a couple of vampires or what?” she laughed. We laughed too. She would find that out for real once it was dark and we needed to feed.

Joanne Fisher

Word count: 95 + prompt

This was written with the prompt mirror provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #235.

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