The Perfect Song (flash fiction)

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The Perfect Song

 

Julie sat on her bed with her guitar composing a new song. As she strummed and worked out what she wanted to say, she thought again of Hannah. She loved Hannah and was trying to write her a love song that would do justice to her beautiful soul. What did it matter that Hannah had told her that her attentions were unwelcome? She couldn’t just give up her feelings like that, so she resolved to write the song that would win Hannah over. This was the one, she was certain of it….

 

Joanne Fisher

 

Word count: 91 + prompt

 

This story was an afterthought. When I was looking for an image yesterday for the story I had written, I stumbled across this picture and immediately thought of a story that could accompany it. Which is why I’ve written a second story for this prompt.

 

This was written with the prompt unwelcome provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #163.

 

 

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Unwelcome (flash fiction)

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Unwelcome

 

“What are you doing here?” Natasha asked, standing in the doorway.

“I was wondering how Clara was doing.” Alyssa replied.

“You know she doesn’t want to see you? You’re unwelcome here.”

“Yeah I guessed.” Alyssa answered looking despondent. “Would I be able to talk with her?”

“No!” Natasha replied curtly. “You’re not safe to be around. Everyone knows the harm you did to her.”

“I just wanted to tell her I’m sorry.”

“The best thing you can do is stay away from her. She doesn’t need you.” Natasha slammed the door.

 

Joanne Fisher

 

Word count: 91

 

This was written with the prompt unwanted provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #163.

 

 

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