His hand thrust through the elevator doors, causing the cabin to jolt.
“Sorry. I didn’t see you. What floor?”
He glanced over her shoulder at the flashing “42”. 44 more words
Doris stood there, hand on hip, trying to figure out what to say. She’d already used up most of her standby phrases; things like, “Don’t forget, employees must wash their hands,” and “A smile will go a long way.” What worked for all the other ladies had not worked for this newest employee. 121 more words
This flash was written in response to Sacha Black’s challenge to write a 52-word flash based on her weekly prompt.
Remember me with love in your heart my darling, for all the words have failed me. I thought that life was black or white. Yes, I thought love and hate was on either side of the coin, and so was light and darkness, truth and lie, matter and antimatter… love and hate. 65 more words
I have been meaning to participate in the OLWG (The New, Unofficial, On-line Writer’s Guild) writing challenges ever since they started. Three prompts are provided weekly to write to, you pick one, two or three, and post your response ( 204 more words