© 2012 by David Wainland
“Put it back.”
“After I’m finished with it.”
“Maybe you would like me to take it from you?”
“Better not try it feller.”
“Right, and you’ll do what about it?
“I’ll have Tracy remove you from the Shortie group, permanently.”
“That’s not going to happen, David. I’m one of the best writers in the group.”
“Think about that. You are using my manuscript. You can’t use my work. It’s copy written and that’s piracy”
“About that, I’m the real David W. You are just my mirror image.”
“Nonsense, David W, you’re only my doppelganger. Isn’t that right Tracy?”
GENRE SHORTIE WEEK 110
This week's prompt is notabout your fellow Shortie-er, Pam Brittain.
However, I do want you to use the letters of her name to begin the sentences of a 100-word story or the lines of a 100-word poem (hmm, the acrostic may have been an Orbus suggestion; so credit to him just in case).
Perhaps I will make an effort to
Always remember to make sure the
Microwave doesn't explode
Because being hit with flying bits of microwave
Really could hurt,
... you get the idea? Then Pam it up!
Your story may be serious or lighthearted or as silly as you like so long as it is 100 or fewer words.
Post your stories toGenre Shorties.