Fiction in 50 December Challenge: Reflections….

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Good morning, cherubs of the blogosphere!  Today’s Fiction in 50 prompt, appropriately enough, is…..

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Now my effort this month isn’t particularly original in plot, for which I must apologise, but I feel it nevertheless accurately reflects the state of mind of many beings at this time of year, be they flesh or stone.  I call it…

The Art Critic (A Tragicomedy in One Short Act)

“Take it away.”

“But Sir, you specifically requested that it be placed here.”

“Nonsense! It’s grotesque! Why, you can hardly make out the face for the shadows cast by those wrinkles. Why would I commission such a hideous work?”

“But Sir, that’s a mirror.”

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“Take it away at once.”

If you’d like to join in on the action, (and we all know you do!) simply create your own piece of fictional writing in 50 words or less and add your post to the linky, or post your fiction in the comments.  For more detailed instructions and prompts for upcoming Fi50s in 2014, click on either of the fancy Fi50 buttons.

fiction in 50  If anyone is interested in co-hosting Fi50 in 2014, drop me a line, I’d love to have a   partner (or a whole committee!) of Fi50 enthusiasts.

Our first prompt for 2014 will be….

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Until next time,

Bruce

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12 thoughts on “Fiction in 50 December Challenge: Reflections….

  1. I’m lovin’ all of this–what a hilarious “reflections”, thanks for the laugh I certainly needed!! Have an excellently Blessed New Year–I’ll get to work on January’s assignment. Seriously, God bless you BIG–love, Caddo

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