Microfiction Monday for April 11, 2011

a busy scene of passengers with luggage

I was skeptical about bowling on a ship, but Tom insisted he’d bring his own bowling ball when he read about the bowling alley on A deck.

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Microfiction Monday

A woman in Arab garb offers a cat to a man in a turban who is waving his arms.

A flying carpet, not a flying cat. I can’t show up on that, everyone will think we can’t afford good transportation. Do the spell again.

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Microfiction Monday

[Grandma’s Goulash has taken up the Microfiction banner, replacing our first source, Stony River. Thanks to Grandma for keeping this going.]An empty easy chair near a window

When he was alive I always hated that he wanted the chair there for the light. Now that he’s gone, I can’t bear to move it.

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Microfiction Monday #71

empty hallway

The halls of Sunnydale High had never looked lonelier.
Willow knew she had to walk them alone to get to Buffy so they could save the world.

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Microfiction Monday #69

freestanding clock near a brick building

They’d agreed to meet under the clock on Valentine’s Day. That was 4 years ago, but he still came every year on that date to wait for her.

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Microfiction Monday #66

parasol of doom between fighters in the sky

The interpretation of the new character in the Zodiac is different in Japan.
Old Samurai never die, they take up space in the heavens.

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