Photo credit, (c) Janet Webb.
Overwrought with emotions, Mary took out pen and paper. Tomorrow the family of the man she was arranged to marry, as was the custom in those days, would visit.
He was a man of means, something she should desire. He was not the man of her dreams, who’d gallop in, rescuing her from this lecher who’d touched her backside like he owned her.
By candlelight, she wrote a goodbye letter, surrounded by the trappings of femininity. They’d stay behind.
She stuffed her brother’s clothes into a satchel, grabbing a blade. Her hair dropped in one swift cut. Practice pays off.~
*Exactly 100 words.
*Directions: Write a story in 100 words or less in response to the photo prompt. Give the photographer credit. Enter your link to the inlinkz button. Respond to others.
*Friday fictioneers is a blog/writer’s challenge hosted weekly by Rochelle at https://rochellewisoff.com/
2 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers, #flashfiction. Resist.”
Well done on capturing the atmosphere of the old style. That’s harder to do than people think. Excellent work!
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