[Flash Fiction] White Petals

A chilly breeze plucked a white petal off the tulip sitting at the open window.

He loves me.

A second plucked petal floated with the breeze before coming to a rest on the damp soil.

He loves me not.

The flowerpot trembled as a stronger wind blew in, sending petals fluttering in the air.

He broke my heart.

A giant gust rushed in, flinging the flowerpot across the room, shattering the clay and showering the floor with soil.

So I’ll break everything he’s got.

© Jade M. Wong 2017


PHOTO PROMPT © Roger BultotWritten for Friday Fictioneers. It’s been ages since I wrote something for Rochelle’s prompts, but this particular photo struck my muse’s fancy. 

Happy Friday, everyone! It’s well-deserved. 

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37 thoughts on “[Flash Fiction] White Petals

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