A 50-Word Story a Day Keeps the Boredom Away #7

Wedding PortraitEdward had been the perfect best man. He smiled and laughed, ordered the photographers, made the toast, led the dance, cut the cake, been everywhere and done everything. Now alone in his shadowy balcony, he tore to pieces the newlyweds’ wedding picture, keeping only the bride’s portrait, which he kissed.

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16 thoughts on “A 50-Word Story a Day Keeps the Boredom Away #7

  1. I’m amazed at how much you can do in such a little space. For me, keeping it simple is one of the main things to remember in writing. Writing 50 word stories must be like doing sit-ups; painful exercises that lead to real results.

    1. Simplicity is everything. 50-word stories also happen to be good for the lazy 😛 As for the real results, we’ll see about that.

      Do check your email when you have the time. I have sent you an invisible gift!

      And a great post you have there about snails.

      1. as in there have been lots of movies, shows, books, poems, & stories written about & involving this same scenario: the best man loving/liking/hooking up with the bride.

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