Monday, October 11, 2010

Microfiction Monday

The Picture

The Story
(in 139 characters)


While it took a little longer than expected
The wait was finally over!
Standing there
Until the last person left the train
He never showed.

The Happy Story
(in 141 characters)

Well its not exactly the train to Hogwarts
But it was her train to destiny
After 60 years of serving the world
The world would now serve her.



hosted by: stony river

16 comments:

  1. Ah, sad, but good one! It's been interesting to see that most of the entries today are rather sad ones, that's been pretty rare! Hope you have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  2. Turd....LOL Who's ever waiting is probably better off without him. Good story :) Have a great week ahead :)

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  3. Your MF is a little sad and full of emotion. Waiting for someone that doesn't show is tough. I've had thoses feelings like I'm sure many of us here have.
    Good one !

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  4. Aaah ... so sad, good MM!

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  5. I bet this happens a lot - so sad. Beautifully written.

    Have a great week x

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  6. OOOOOOO Waiting can be quite agonising, but a "no show" at the end is devastating! Lovely micro!

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  7. True. Many sad Micro-Fiction Mondays. Well written. I feel for her.

    HERE IS MINE

    PG

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  8. Very sad for her..... :O(

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  9. A sad Microfiction. Though one might think it was Rick who didn't show up for Ilsa this time.

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  10. Ah, what a shame. :-(

    A great take on the picture and nice MM.

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  11. i know! i've been writing such sad MF's?!?!!?! I'll be dedicated to happier ones from now on lol

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  12. I'd like to think that on her way out of the train station she bumped into the man who would become the love of her life! Serendipity!

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  13. Excellent microfiction my friend. You put so much heart into these brief stories. Love them!

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  14. You make me look forward to Mondays. I love your writing and your positive outlook on life. Please, never stop writing.

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  15. Perhaps if she had the courage to take the risk this time, she might bolster herself and try again?

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