#StoryIn12 – November

#StoryIn12Every day,  the #StoryIn12 flash fiction meme on twitter challenges writers to write a “complete” story in exactly 12 words, that includes the prompt word for that day.

#StoryIn12 is the creation of the lovely Molly (aka @mollysdailykiss) and the equally lovely Wriggly Kitty (aka @Wriggly_Kitty)

Here are mine for this month:

Separation – Time may not heal, but it can numb the pain of separation.

Bury – I want to bury my face between her thighs, savouring her taste.

Report – She smiled. A bad report card meant the kiss of the cane.

Floor – The cold floor beneath her back; a contrast to his warm body.

Excuse – She could not excuse herself from the discipline she would soon receive.

Champion – He was her guide, her protector, her teacher; he was her champion.

Figure – She had a wonderfully filthy mind, and the figure to complement it.

Cottage – A remote highland cottage, a roaring log fire, her lover beside her.

Confront – For good or bad, the time has come to confront my demons.

Seat – She took her seat, made herself comfortable, and watched the scene unfold.

Ending – The happy ending they had promised was proving almost impossible to deliver.

Brush – Their recent brush with danger added an extra intensity to their passion.

Eyes – His demeanour was stern; his eyes, however, had a playfully wicked gleam.

Goodbye – They had no way of knowing that this time would be goodbye.

Hurt – Nothing could ease the hurt of losing what they had once had.

Quick – They needed to be quick. Someone could walk by at any moment.

Bathroom – The bathroom was her sanctuary, where life’s troubles could be washed away.

Routine – There are times when routine is the only thing that I have.

Settle – Know your worth and never settle for anything less than you deserve.

Grief – Ultimately, grief and love are simply two sides of the same coin.

Church – In his spare time he often volunteered at the church homeless shelter.

Victim – Narcissists will always find a way to paint themselves as the victim.

Rotten – Circumstances trapped them in a relationship that was rotten to its core.

Famous – My writing will never make me rich or famous, but that’s OK.



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