“My love, can you postpone your journey today for another hour or maybe two?” he asked.
The moon shined her pale face to him, questioningly.
“You know I can’t do that,” she smiled. “All things require your punctuality, as they do mine. And this you know just as you know I can never turn my face from you.”
He sighed. He did.
She always had a way with words.
MS Word total word count: 100
This story is my first attempt at participating in a Friday blogging game called “Drabbling.” The rules are simple. You must write a complete story of exactly 100 words.
Drabbling is the brainchild of Lenore who authors the blog Lenore Diane’s Thoughts Exactly. As a writer, it’s an excellent exercise. It’s a challenge! I was invited to participate by Arindam of Being Arindam...
You’re welcome to join in the fun too if you’d like. Just enter the tag “Friday Drabble” in your tag line and use the hashtag #fridaydrabble on Twitter and post your entry on a Friday. Thanks, Arindam and Lenore!