Friday Fictioneers – 9/6/2013 – “Bits of Life” Rated PG13 Genre: Horror

It’s time for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers!

A collection of short stories 100 words (more or less) in length, based on the picture prompt, and packed with fun!!!

After reading my contribution below, simply click on the picture above to see the others.

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“Bits of Life”

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

He thought of his collection as he danced with her, holding her close, smelling the blood.  A pink baby bootie to remember the pediatric nurse, Selena, and an etch-a-sketch for Belle, engineering student, were two of the many souvenirs he kept in the large shadow box hanging in his quaint, Victorian kitchen on the West side of town.  People commented on his pieces (by people, of course, he meant other such as him) and he was allowed long discourses on favored ones.

The music stopped.   She said she wanted to be alone with him.  Ah, such a pretty hair pin.

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Namaste,

Scott

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