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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.




Thom Gabrukiewicz said...

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

anthonynorth said...

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...


oh, sue.

this was brilliant!!!!

Anonymous said...

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