Thursday, December 25, 2014

Flash Fiction Friday, 26 December 2014 ~ White Christmas Love

Flash Fiction Friday is hot and Christmas is over. So is 2015, nearly. But, not our little shorts, not that these two guys are wearing shorts. Who wouldn't love those bodies. Anyway, I digress. One photo as a subject for us all and ONLY 100 words max. 

That is the challenge--to write a complete story in only 100 words, being succinct, precise, colorful and imaginative. Go have a read around all the others and see what they have served up for your prurient pallet. The link is below and sprinkled like fairy dust all over this post.

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy Holidays!
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White Christmas Love
The men loved one another beyond explanation; they neither thought a reason nor apology was necessary. Their love was as real as anyone’s and deserved the same recognition, the same validation. Christmas was when they fell in love; Christmas was when they celebrated their love.

Their union was still not legally sanctioned, but that did not stop the two lovers—they wore their love and respect for one another proudly. One quarter century together was an accomplishment for anyone.

“I love your holiday card but what do you think our families will think about it?“

“Happy Anniversary, darling. They’ll think—Nice ass.”
© Muffy Wilson

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5 comments :

  1. Romantic and playful at the same time. Love it!

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  2. Who cares what the family thinks of them. As long as they are happy. Very romantic piece Muffy.

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  3. Beautifully written and so full of romance

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  4. You have me laughing with the parent's reaction, "'nice asses". The romance is real in the words spoken and the celebration they are living.

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  5. Beautiful and romantic. True love has no bounds or laws that can separate them. Beautiful flash!!

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