Humor Flash Fiction posted June 15, 2012


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Loveless

by c_lucas













The piano player, Doris Weatherford, tired from a hectic night of entertaining, didn’t pay attention as she unlocked her apartment door. A hard blow sent her sprawling onto the floor near her piano. She heard the door lock activate, followed by an evil laugh.
 
“Now I have you, bitch. I know you live in a sound proof apartment, so scream all you want.”
 
The room was filled with the sound of a gunshot, followed by a piercing scream.
 
 
The victim woke up handcuffed to the bed. Blood spurting from a destroyed left knee cap covered the bed sheet. A knife flashed in front of the struggling victim, who helplessly watched each article of clothing being cut away.
 
“Please, I’m sorry….”
 
“Shut your damn mouth!” Once again, laughter filled the room as the knife cut off the last article of clothing. The edge of the blade pressed against the victim’s throat.
 
The assailant stripped and mounted the victim. “You call that pitiful thing a cock?”
 
Disgusted, Doris slit her would be rapist’s throat. It's so difficult to find a hard man.
 
She placed her Charter .38 back in her purse, before sitting down at her piano. Doris started playing Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places…


Absurd writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
Write a wild and crazy flash fiction story that is no more than 500 words. That's the only rule, so follow it! Lol.

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Weird and Zany has many different interpretations. 205 is the word count

"It's so difficult to find a hard man." is a paraphrase of Mae West's, "It so good to find a hard man."
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