Microfiction challenge Abandon: the entries

Sorry to be brief today but I have a migraine and feel shitty. Thank you, arrogant, air-brained little bastards of business school students opposite who take over the public space to throw their incessant all-night parties.

Please look in on the stories. They are all well worth reading. New prompt tomorrow.

Sarah

Abandon – for Jane Dougherty | fmme writes poems

Michael

Microfiction challenge #12: Abandon | Morpethroad

Freya

Ironbridge – Microfiction challenge #12 | Freya Writes…

Lady Lee

Microfiction challenge #12: Abandon – ladyleemanila

Phylor

Jane Dougherty’s Microfiction Challenge #12: luncheon – Phylor’s Blog

Merril

The Mill | Yesterday and today: Merril’s historical musings

Geoff

Whither Reality #shortstory #prompt | TanGental

Ken

https://rivrvlogr.wordpress.com/2016/09/06/forlorn-abandon/

Kerfe

Junk Mail Art: Lost | method two madness

Kat

Seasoning – Part 9 | like mercury colliding…

 

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

26 thoughts on “Microfiction challenge Abandon: the entries”

  1. Deep breaths are perscribed along with soothing chants and a glug straight from the bottle of sweet fortified sherry… my grandmother swore by the last one. X get better quick. 😇

      1. Apparently the sherry must be quaffed from the bottle as medicine for putting it in a glass made it liquor… whisky meeehhh! What ever works. 😇😉

      1. Meant heat on my migraine — silly me. I’ve over medicated right now and find it annoying.
        How’s your head now?
        Better I hope. Too bad about the noise.

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