Five Sentence Fiction – “Fenced” PG13

Lillie McFerrin, hosts Five Sentence Fiction, 5 sentence stories based on a one-word prompt (This week:  Fenced).  After reading mine below, click > HERE < for the rest.  Enjoy!!!

Don’t Fence Me…

By Scott L Vannatter

 

George waited patiently in the ORIFICE (Office of Regulations in Interstate Fencing of Internal Customer Expenditures) for what seemed like days, but, more than likely, was simply hours and hours while his complaint was filled, filed, and fixated upon.

The MAW (Matron of Anguished Workers) held out his papers, filled in except for his signature and date in no less than 18 spots, along with a brand new generic pen labeled “From the MAW of the ORIFICE” and looked at him expectantly.

George took the proffered papers and prolifically permeated, then pontificated about a paragraph or two before purposefully punctuating his (not so) pleasant speech with proper and prime points.

The MAW brought in an under-seer who unabashedly undulated until ultimately and unequivocally understated the obvious.

George frantically flipped and flopped, but fundamentally acquiesced that he had been fenced to Finland finally in a feeble financing fiasco concerning francs.

______________________

Namaste,

Scott

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