Friday, October 24, 2014

Flash Fiction Friday, 24 October 2014 ~ Perdition

Flash Fiction Friday! Again! Why it feels just like yesterday when we were tickling your fancy with a flickering flash. Well, you know the drill: a bunch of pervert writers have to write a short 100 word flash based on the photo below...and we all have to use the same photo. So each of our takes will be different. But, I promise you, they will be wildly different, based upon my past experience with this group.

So, here we go. Down that slippery slope we call our imaginations. Holding hands and skipping along the way with our twisted Muse., two, three.....weeeeeeeee!!

Enjoy ~  ☼ o√ ¸.¨¯`*..*˜"*°

The tumblers of the lock fell into place softly as he twisted the key and opened the creaking cellar door. The light knifed through the darkness, bathing her face at the mirror. She was ready, prepared in the dress he gave her to wear: crinoline and laces, satin and ribbons, but no panties......still.


How long had she been here, stolen from her life, in this velveteen prison? How long would she have to endure, to…to...want him?

"Yes, my beloved..."

How long would she have to welcome his twisted affections? 


Oh, God.......please.

Find me, her silent tears prayed…

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  1. Such a dark interpretation. I hope rescue comes soon.

  2. Oh Muffy, there has to be an extended version. Say you'll write it. Wonderful descriptions. How long has she been there? Where are her panties? And who is he? I have a world of questions. Wonderful flasher

  3. Oh my goodness, poor girl. You gave me shivers, Muffy :-)

  4. The suffering and pain in this woman. What an epic flash you've presented.

  5. Ooh my! So mysterious. Now I need to know the rest, Muffy! Awesome flash :-)

  6. I got goosebumps with this! So powerful deep and full of emotion. I could feel her pain and dread, yet wanting to serve and please. Amazing flash Muffy!


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