Decorated (Micro/Flash Fiction)

 

I pointing at the remnants of the meal, asked, “it was her last meal…when the gas got leaked or was leaked…”

“Yes Ma’am…the gas had got leaked…” the guide replied.

I smiled. They were using my death very well. I looked at the meal again. 

That evening, 1994 November, when I returned to my room I found this meal waiting for me. I knew my husband had already proved me insane then; for the vast property, as next step, he wants my life. Nurse Soumia helped me in the escape–leaking the gas pipe–on the deal of eighty thousand rupees.


For The Friday Fictioneers by Rochelle Wisoff

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14 responses to “Decorated (Micro/Flash Fiction)”

  1. I have to tell you, this was painful to read… the blue on red was so hard on my eyes!
    But a good story though!

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    1. Oh…I had changed the color of font but it seems something has got wrong…thank you for sharing this…

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      1. Oh dear! Well the font is blue but on that red background – whoo-ee. My eyes were going mad! 😉

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        1. Hi Dale…change the background…now if you want you can read the fiction again and my other posts also…will like to hear your reviews on the others…

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          1. Much better on the eyes!!

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  2. Master at writing flash fiction! Well done!

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    1. 😊 am just trying Di and nothing elss…

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  3. Revisiting her own death. A piece of story written well!

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    1. Thank you…I’m liking this flash fiction type…so many interpretation against mine…

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      1. Welcome.Yes, it’s interesting and intriguing.

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  4. So who did die in place of her, if anyone? Good plan to sneak out rather than be toast. 🙂

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    1. That is up to my readers…thank you for coming by & reading & reviewing my micro fiction…

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  5. Fabulous story telling

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