Friday Fictioneers – 4/3/2014 – Shakespeare and a Bridge – Humorous – PG13

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields hosts Friday Fictioneers, 100 word story based on the photo prompt (+/- on the words).  After reading my entry below, click > Here < for the rest.  Enjoy!!!

Shakespeare and a Bridge

Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

(I beg forgiveness in advance)

Tommy was on the set.  He heard the noise, turned, saw the spot break off and crash through the window.

“Clark!  What light broke that old window pane?” Carol hollered over everyone.

“It’s the One and Maintenance has done its best.”

“This prose, no matter what you call it, will smell, that you can tweet!” screamed James from the back.

“Well, tomorrow and tomorrow and the day after are going to keep going slow until time stops talking.”

“And all our yesterdays used that big spot to light fools the way to crusty Seth.”

“Lunch!” and all were played out.

_________________________

Namaste,

Scott L Vannatter

 

 

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