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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Amanita Phalloides


Thankful that she felt no fury and harbored only a flicker of guilt, Lisbon recited affirmations for a rich and single life while she stirred a second measure of finely ground Amanita Phalloides into her philandering husband's Metamucil.



A stab at a story in a sentence, this is Post #500 on my blog. Watercolor sketch by Sue.

From prompt words, thankful, fury and guilt posted today by ThomG, Surface Tension on Three Word Wednesday.

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6 comments:

ThomG said...

Do you remember my short fiction piece on poison mushrooms? Look it up. This is great!

anthonynorth said...

Ouch!!
Absolutely delicious.

Lucy said...

oooh I love a good revenge story! nice sue!
happy thanksgiving!

Linda Jacobs said...

Good one, Sue! Love it!

Quin Browne said...

sue.

oh, sue.



this was brilliant!!!!

lissa said...

almost subtle, I like the short form, saying so much with so little