The Smell of Her Perfume   11 comments

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. We are challenged to write a complete story (beginning, middle, and end) in 100 words or less. My story follows the picture below. Other stories may be found by clicking here.

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PHOTO PROMPT © Priya Bajpal

The sweet smell of her perfume still lingers in the room. It was her room. The room she escaped the hectic life she lived.  It was not a crowed room. It was clean and sunny. Here she would keep a few of her most precious possessions.  The sea shells collected from their favorite beach. A small art project she had started after a recent trip to Japan.

He still remembers the first time he saw her. An introduction at the place they worked. A feeling that she was the one. The first and only time he felt that emotion.

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11 responses to “The Smell of Her Perfume

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  1. So evocative of a life lived together. I love the sentence fragments toward the end especially.

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  2. Sad, he had the ultimate moment but it was so fleeting

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  3. “her perfume still lingers” … sort of evocative..

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  4. He had a moment of bliss… is all lost?

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  5. Simply beautiful and a delight to read.

    Click to read my FriFic tale!

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  6. Better to acknowledge and love The One then to think there is no such thing. Touching.

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  7. Very lovely!

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  8. This is so lovely: seashells, unfinished origami, the scent, and the idea of a one and only love. I think this is one of my favorites this week. Thank you.

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  9. It sounds like she was the one.

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