I’ve decided to make this a recurring feature, as well as a competition. With each new post, I’ll pick a theme based from the previous posts winner, and off you go, 101 words or less, based on the theme, etc., etc., etc., and the new winner will be featured in an upcoming post on wordsmoker! Isn’t that exciting?
Our last winner, an obvious runaway, was Baroness, with her short, Angela and I:
Angelina and I were discussing her lover, whose face she was straddling. She exhaled wearily, almost a sigh, passing the joint to me, perched on his prick.
“Oh, he’s okay.. I get bored easily”. She farted softly. I couldn’t tell if Brad’s muffled moan indicated delight or dismay. As Angie and I rode Brad like a seesaw, the Malibu waves crashed outside. They sounded expensive.
Maddox burst in. “Mom, where’s my lighter?” I froze. Brad tensed beneath me, like a horse.
“Here you go, sweetie.” She tossed him the Zippo.
Maddox sneered at me, “You call those tits?”, and exited, laughing.
So, this week’s theme: Parenting. Your task is to write a short, create a world and characters, within the confines of 101 words or less. If you choose to title your piece, the words used will not be counted in your 101. If you go over the allotted word count, you will be disqualified and banished to the corner to think about what you’ve done. And no turning around. Don’t test me, because I’ll do it.
I imagine, as with the last Micro-Fiction Roundup, the winner will be obvious, but I shall leave to it our last winner to make the final decision. Up for it Baroness? Second place gets an honorary smokie, which is kind of like an honorary doctorate, which just means you pay me lots of money, and you get a practically worthless piece of paper to hang on the wall. S. M. R. T.
Image via weblogs.baltimoresun.com.