Friday Fictioneers – 1/11/13 – Love Notes

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Ah the weekly interpretation of a picture, one that many of my fellow writers will share. Each of us will see this differnt, but all will follow the simple rules. We are allowed just 100 words to craft a tale. The other 900 promised from the picture will be saved for later, allowing for a brief adventure you may enjoy. I invite you to share in the adventure with us, whetehr you write your own or read the rest that follow.

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LOVE NOTES
Another chair audition.

More negative reinforcement.

I already know she is first and I am second. But wait, what is that twinkle in her eye? Is she staring at me? What have I got on my face? It can’t be my lunch, we go there next.

Did she just wink? Is she trying to make me flub this? Or could it be more?

“Good luck,” she coos as her hand brushes mine.

I pull my bow up to tickle the strings and see her adoring smile light up the room. What a rush!

So not just another chair audition after all.

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About Joe Owens

Can you tell from my writing I love God? I hope so because that is what I want you to know most about me. I am also a writer who loves taking on fiction prompts and crafting a story. One day you will read my work in print. Until then enjoy it here! For free!
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15 Responses to Friday Fictioneers – 1/11/13 – Love Notes

  1. rich says:

    hmmm. not sure if i trust her. she could be trying to distract you. focus! well done.

  2. Abraham says:

    I like it! This made me smile. I could feel the main character’s excitement, confusion, hope.
    Very nice!

  3. Dear Joe,

    Loved your perfect title and the elation you portrayed so well in your character’s realization. Great story.

    Aloha,

    Doug

  4. from negative to positive, an uplifting tale. thanks.

  5. brudberg says:

    A lovely tension described well.

  6. There are so many types of auditions and this is obviously no different – nice 🙂

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