Friday Fictioneers — I Fall to Pieces   13 comments

Thanks to Rochelle and her weekly Friday Fictioneers challenge!

THE CHALLENGE:

Write a one hundred word story that has a beginning, middle and end.

Copyright - Sean Fallon

Photo Copyright Sean Fallon

I remember our first date. How could I forget? It was MY first date. You were a minister’s daughter. My mom was pleased. I picked you up to attend a concert. You slid in right beside me. You placed your hand inside my legs. Remember bench seats? Thirty years married when I started to wear pink. Now I can hardly remember. The memory fails each day. Now it’s one day at a time. The kids keep telling me:

common love you shared

a sad song by Patsy Cline

i fall to pieces

NaBloPoMo #21

13 responses to “Friday Fictioneers — I Fall to Pieces

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  1. You know, I live in Patsy Cline Country.
    I’m J/S 😉

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  2. Dear Danny,

    I did catch the significance of his wearing pink. Sad but well done.

    shalom,

    Rochelle

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  3. Such a bittersweet story, Danny. So much to lose…

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  4. I don’t understand Janet’s comment, I’m afraid, but nevertheless I enjoyed the piece. Well done.

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  5. Fantastic memories….and sad endings. Mirrors most of our lives as our stories wind down. Love it!

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  6. Danny, you broke my heart with this one! I love the way you told about both diseases without mentioning their names.

    janet

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