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Flash Fiction Friday

Posted by One-Unique-Woman on January 8, 2019 at 8:30 PM

It's Friday again and time for a flasher. A group of awesome writers with a given picture are allowed 100 words only to be inspired to write their version. Please support them by reading and commenting. This week mine is called ("pact with the devil") I also have a second piece called ("the alter ego") posted below the first ....  Enjoy

and rememebr to KEEP HOPPING....... leave comments here... T 


Grasping the mirror of vision, “dare I look”?

My wanton heart beats for her alone,

Face of an angle, yet sultry allure of the devil incarnate.

She holds my mind captive, my body stands at attention anticipating her touch.

Oh how delicious the surrender, I’d offer my very soul for her embrace.

The mirror comes to life, like tentacles reaching, ethereal beauty pouring fourth.

Standing here I feel her, every nuance the touch of her hands upon me,

I shudder, it is as if we are one. her very breath is upon my neck, Ah, sweet surrender,

my soul departs.




Within his feeble grasp his mortal soul in view.

Distracted by his other half a conversation did ensue.

“Doctor Jekyll”

“What is it Hyde, now is not your time?”

“I too sense your contemplation, the damning of our soul?”

“Yes, we share this soul, this body, yet we converse as if we are separate beings, Damn you Hyde, depart me now”

“You well know I do as I please, you no longer have the strength to contain me”

“And thus my contemplation of ending your murderous folly”

“Ah, but, would you, end yourself, Doctor?”

“Arghhhhhh, madness is come upon me ”


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Reply S.J. Maylee
11:08 AM on January 18, 2014 
Beautifully written. The flow, the word choice, it all pulled me in.
Reply J S Morbius
10:35 AM on January 18, 2014 
Great use of poetry for this image
Reply Brantwijn
10:23 PM on January 17, 2014 
These were both captivating and compelling, each very beautiful for its own reasons and in its own individual way.
Reply Decadent
6:36 PM on January 17, 2014 
Oh these are lovely! Thank you so much for sharing.
Reply Karen-Wildfire8470
6:22 PM on January 17, 2014 
Excellent interpretation and fantastic read.I had trouble getting here, but it sure was worth the effort!
Reply theresa
5:32 PM on January 17, 2014 
pablo michaels says...
The romance and surrender of #1 was beautiful. Note. "Angle" should be "angel" I think. I love your conflict between Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in #2. The dialogue was precise and direct.

Yes very true indeed... thank you for telling me about the typeO appreciate that .... hugs T
Reply Theresa
1:48 PM on January 17, 2014 
Thank you all for such wonderful and encouraging posts here I will be commenting in all your flashes this afternoon.... I am honored to be part of such a creative and forward thinking group I look forward to the growth this will bring to all of us and the new friendships as well thank you so much for making ma a part of this group.... hugs T
Reply Leann Mitchell
12:42 PM on January 17, 2014 
I loved both! The first one was done with such beautiful emotion and the second one was such a captivating view on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Well done! :)
Reply Muffy Wilson
12:40 PM on January 17, 2014 
Spectacular. Two for one and both so different. I so enjoyed them both as the theme is we pay for our folly. So glad you joined us. This will prove to be quite delightful, I've no doubt. Charming, clever, thoroughly entertaining. :) xo
Reply Naomi Shaw
8:38 AM on January 17, 2014 
Love this. A myriad of emotions in so few words that touch the soul. So glad you joined us
Reply Doris O'Connor
8:05 AM on January 17, 2014 
What a treat, two for the price of one, and such different takes. Great flashes :-)
Reply pablo michaels
7:08 AM on January 17, 2014 
The romance and surrender of #1 was beautiful. Note. "Angle" should be "angel" I think. I love your conflict between Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in #2. The dialogue was precise and direct.

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