Yesterday’s Story A Day prompt was to write a 100-word story, and today’s is to write in a genre you don’t usually use. My Monthly Hot Flashes are usually around half of that 100-word count, so I guess they’re half-drabbles. Drabs.
ANYWAY, so today, I’ll write a 100-word story in a genre I don’t usually write. I just have to think of one. Umm…. Okay, I finally thought of one. And I’m not counting the title.
Mimsy writhed beneath the muscular red demon as he plunged his throbbing pitchfork into her soft abyss.
“No,” she moaned, feebly pushing against him. “You’re setting me on fire!”
He ignored her protests. They always did.
A timeless passage later, he finished and left. She lit a cigarette from a spark lingering on her left nipple.
She winked at her neighbor, guzzling a craft beer under the eye of a leering green demon with a whip for a tail.
Demons are so literal. A smart rabbit claims to hate the briar patch.
That’s close enough to 100 words for folk music. I wrote the story in about ten minutes, but I’ve been an hour trying to sculpt the word count. It’s five o’clock somewhere. Or something.
MY PROMPTS TODAY: Write a 100-word story in a genre you don’t usually use.