Last week’s 100-word was so much fun (and so well received), I can’t help it. I have to do it again.
I really like the feel and idea behind this story. I may have to play with it. I don’t see it being a lot longer, but it might work with more than 100 words. We’ll see.
Regardless, it’s a fun, creepy little piece to get your weekend started.
The prompt, once more, is from The Prediction:
100 words maximum, excluding the title, of flash fiction or poetry using all of the three words above (‘flux’, ‘jute’, and ‘spoil’) in the genres of horror, fantasy or science fiction.
Shall I spoil it, dear reader? The twist? The surprise ending you won’t see coming?
Or shall I let you discover it for yourself?
This is a tale in flux. Can you feel the fluidity? Like jute wound into rope, my words form the line that pulls you in deeper.
You’re bound to me, even now. You just don’t know it.
But you will.
Sitting there, comfortable, perusing my words, I doubt you’ll even feel it. The blade kissing your neck. The quick flick. The gush.
Shall I tell you how this ends? Or let you discover it for yourself?