His Better HalfBride/GroomHis Better Half in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Breaking EvenBroke her heart.Breaking Even in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Broke his nose.
ItchyFirst anniversary: Paper.Itchy in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Our love unfolded.
Seventh anniversary: Wool.
It all unravelled.
Airhead (Oxymoron)Empty-headed.Airhead (Oxymoron) in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
But so full of himself.
BeastlyThe hide was cramped and Hinchcliffe was tired. “I think I might go home,” he said to Anglesey. “It doesn’t look like we’re going to see them today.”Beastly in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Anglesey glanced at him and then went back to staring through his binoculars. “Just be patient a little longer. They do usually—”
He clutched at his companion’s arm. “Look! There they are!” Anglesey passed the binoculars to Hinchcliffe, who pointed them towards the horizon.
He laughed with surprise and delight. “I see them! I see them!” Ever closer and closer they galloped—the most enormous herd of adverbs Hinchcliffe had ever seen.
He handed the binoculars back to Anglesey. They weren’t necessary any more—it was already starting to be possible to identify the individual words by eye. A happily and playfully were frolicking together; a grumpily was attempting to bite a member of the herd that had got too close; a ubiquitously was— w
Sense MemoryI developed taste.Sense Memory in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
We lost touch.
Elements of Danger“I knew your parents, of course,” said the chemist, setting her mug down.Elements of Danger in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
NaCl smiled politely. “Really?”
“Oh, yes. In fact I introduced them to each other.” The chemist grinned. “Sodium and chlorine, what a pair. There were some fireworks when they met, I can tell you.”
“I see,” said NaCl, its gaze wandering. “How interesting.”
The chemist’s expression became wistful and she shivered a little. “You know, they were just that tiny bit dangerous…” She shook her head and looked affectionately at NaCl. “But you’re completely different. So… stable.”
NaCl’s attention snapped back to her and it frowned.
“I’ll never need to keep an eye on you, will I?” The chemist laughed and twisted round to find a chocolate hobnob.
She turned back, and her brow furrowed on seeing that NaCl had gone. But she shrugged and took a swig from her mug, immediately
Nothing Will Tear Them ApartFirst kiss. Sparks.Nothing Will Tear Them Apart in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Their braces interlocked.