rawanelyas

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PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

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Sidereus 243

PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019

I feel it immediately, sticky as maple syrup, not nearly so sweet. The smell is poignant - it fills the room and trickles down my leg; as I turn it drips down my calf, swings like a pendulum. Margaret walks in, sees the drenched sheets. Her eyelids tremble closed, evolve like Venus, full, gibbous, crescent. She asks, “When will you start acting normal?”, her voice a condemnation. 

Somewhere Copernicus and Ptolemy shake hands.

I cannot give her an answer. Instead,...

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