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Introduced in February 2013 – an invitation, a prompt, a linky. Write exactly a 100 words on the prompt and publish it on your blog – a story, a poem, a mini-essay. The linky will be open right up to next Friday, after which I will have a new prompt and a fresh linky.

100 Words On Saturday 8 Prompt: RUFFLE/D FEATHERS

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She reminded him that the electricity bill was due.
“Why are we using so much electricity? I know you have no value for my hard earned money. If you had to work, you’d know”, he thundered.
“I would work if you let me,” she replied.
His voice went up several decibels, “I don’t trust you.”
“Why not? I’m not the one who drinks and gambles”, she dared to say.
He raised the bottle and hit her hard on the head. She fell. Dead. Like a lifeless bird.
“She always knew how to ruffle my feathers.” he said.

 

 

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21 Comments

  1. ashish mittal ashish mittal May 5, 2013

    nice one ma’am. this clearly shows the male dominating society especially in India. it really requires a change for the upcoming innovating era….

  2. sukanyabora sukanyabora April 6, 2013

    Domestic violence is so common yet we don’t do much about it. It is scary that we actually allow this type of behavior/violence to perpetuate.

  3. Dangerous Linda Dangerous Linda April 4, 2013

    WoW! Amazing! I see you growing in your creative writing right before my eyes! You got a lot of power out of very few words! That shows incredible talent! Well done!

  4. Amy Amy April 4, 2013

    Wow! That was so powerful, and I liked the connection between the “ruffled my feathers” comment and her dropping like a dead bird. Sad, but powerful. Well done.

  5. Avada Kedavra Avada Kedavra April 4, 2013

    Sad story but you have written well

  6. Hiten Hiten April 3, 2013

    Hi Corinne,

    I think you created a mini scene of a couple having a row with it ending in a deadly fashion, brilliantly.

    Thank you.

  7. Mayura Mayura April 3, 2013

    Hey Corinne,

    Creativity! They just come in to your mind? ๐Ÿ™‚ Brutal, but well played with 100 words.

    I’ve heard this one several times at several places ~ “Why are we using so much electricity? I know you have no value for my hard earned money. If you had to work, youโ€™d knowโ€

    Sometimes lives are not easy peacy, but there’s a silver lining ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Cheers…

  8. Beth Beth April 2, 2013

    Very well written and something that happens so very often. I have enjoyed visiting your site!

  9. Sapna Sapna April 2, 2013

    Hi Corinne,

    It was really a very sad ending but brilliantly done.

    Sapna

  10. Anne Anne April 2, 2013

    Ruffled feathers… that sure aced that prompt in my book ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Shail Shail April 1, 2013

    That ruffling of feathers ended up being too costly ๐Ÿ™
    Well written, Corinne.

  12. Ruffled feathers Ruffled feathers April 1, 2013

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  13. Joyce Joyce April 1, 2013

    Wow! this certainly is not the happy ending one would hope for.

  14. Jodi Jodi March 31, 2013

    Sad that this happens all too much!

  15. janu janu March 31, 2013

    Oh! that was sad.

  16. Pixie Pixie March 31, 2013

    ๐Ÿ™
    Sad, but true. A dark reality.

  17. Naina Naina March 30, 2013

    Wow! Very different from what I am used to read here. Good one indeed.

  18. Sulekha Rawat Sulekha Rawat March 30, 2013

    Dark side of mankind depicted here, different than your other posts. It reeks of creativity.

  19. Martha Orlando Martha Orlando March 30, 2013

    Some stark and brutal imagery here, Corinne. Brilliantly done!
    Blessings!

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