Monday, October 18, 2010

microfiction #53

hosts a weekly meme
using the below illustration
write using only 140 characters or less



 Her treachery shown more than her beauty
So he walled her into a room
to die in darkness as he would
knowing her love was a lie


-139-characters

21 comments:

  1. Wouldn´t like to get on your wrong side Suz with an imagination like that! Great story in so few words what a great writer you are.

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  2. gosh John..thanks...This was a hard one...I just couldn't muster any funny stuff of fluff
    I'm in a inward space right now...guess it shows

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  3. I really didn't like this prompt, it just seemed like a mean thing to do. But you did a good job, as always!

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  4. DEEP!...dawg-gone that "LOVE" thang!
    -Jo
    -LazyonLoblolly

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  5. I agree..I didn't like this one either..seemed the story was told already..but it does challenge the stubborn mind

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  6. Eeeeek! They both are a hurtin' :O(

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  7. why thank you Anthony.. a king must think of his kingdom first

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  8. Back in the day.
    Sometimes the only remedy of false love was to put their intended to death. Not so much these days,I hope.
    Good take Suz, sad but true!

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  9. Great, sad one, Suz. The prompt was hard for me this time, too. I wanted to do something silly but just couldn't seem to come up with it. Love yours! Have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  10. Now, this is one of few MfM posts today where I want the princess to be walled in...She's bad news. Excellent!!

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  11. That's a sad ending to that fairy tale.

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  12. I don't know who I feel more sorry for--the princess or the king. Both are likely to live the remainders of their lives with regret..

    Have a great week. Cheers!

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  13. I'm another one who didn't think much of the picture when I first saw it. Now I'm amazed because so many people read completely different things into it. I never even thought of how the king felt. Good for you.

    Kay, Alberta

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  14. But she looks so innocent... LOL!

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  15. great take, Suz!
    medieval time was tough...

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  16. A good story, Suz. Amazing how you went so deep and dark in only 139 characters!

    Have a great week.

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  17. Very beautiful! One of my favorites this week.

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