“Look into the mirror,” she said. “What do you see?”
She was a strange woman, weirder than I usually go for. I didn’t know how to answer these random questions she asked me so often.
“Well, I see the sky right now because the mirror is pointed up.”
She turned the mirror toward me, still blocking her face.
“Wrong answer,” she laughed playfully.
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The black mist rolled around me
And the vase shattered into a million pieces
The flower petals it once held
Orange, red and yellow, they were all scattered around
The pieces are now jagged and sharp
Piercing my skin deeply with every try to collect them
Maybe I’ll make a mosaic of them one day
And hopefully that image is as lovely as the vase used to be
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Here’s a piece of sci-fi flash fiction about algorithms, romance, and arranged marriages. It’s about 700 words and has an estimated reading time of 3 minutes. Let me know what you think!
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“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you … I could walk through my garden forever.” ― Alfred Tennyson
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What is happiness?
It’s sitting in the comfy chair in the reading nook, next to you while you work away at your desk. It’s our pup laying behind your chair, chewing his favorite toy, completely at peace. It’s our baby girl, purring away sitting on the ottoman next to my feet.
Happiness isn’t money or the nicest things the world has to offer.
Happiness is your kind and loving heart, loving me forevermore.