Friday, July 24, 2009

Friday 55- Suicide

Flash Fiction 55
Friday 55 Flash Fiction is brought to you by G-man (Mr Knowitall). The idea is you write a story in exactly 55 words. If you want to take part pop over and let G-man know when you've posted your 55.Here is today's story.

The End of it All

They came to wonderful Paris in love.
He would love her forever and ever.
She found somebody else.
Now he stood on the bridge alone.
He was ready to jump.
Life had no meaning without her.
He could end it all now.
But if he jumped here his friends would say he was in
Seine.

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Since I discovered it was okay I am writing a second flash 55 which will be a continuous story but a complete story every week. Here then is the fifteenth chapter in the exciting ongoing adventures of Sir Laughsalot and Robberhood
The entire story to date is HERE
The most recent chapters are HERE

With Sir Looseleg's wooden arm under attack by broken tooth termites the King has made The Knight in Shining Armour his new first chair.
Sir Laughsalot , who is fifth chair, keeps saying, over and over, " I know a Secret".
Then he laughs so hard he falls off his chair which is upsetting to the King.

11 comments:

anthonynorth said...

Oh, loved that ending. Excellent :-)

Akelamalu said...

Oh very, very clever Dr. John! I hope he didn't jump?

Alice Audrey said...

Spew! LOL!!! Groan (and that's a compliment)

Lani said...

LOL very nice!

Here's mine!

Prayer Girl said...

I love playing on words.

The perfect touch to this 55.

PG

Thom said...

Loved the ending to this. Excellent 55 and the last one is the best. :) Very good work :)

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

I really liked your ending to the Flash 55,

hope said...

See, this is the VERY reason I couldn't bear the thought of you stopping blogging.

Still giggling...thanks!

G-Man said...

Tres Bien Mon Ami!!
Tres formidable Cinquante-Cinq aussi...
Merci beaucoup pour cette etage ici!
Have a Wonderful Week-End....G

:-)

Mona said...

LOl! He surely would be there!

CJ said...

"In Seine" ---can I groan now? Actually, that was pretty "punny."