Cottonmouth - A 100 Word Story
October 18, 2010 flash fictionYou know the drill: Vote at the Weekly Challenge website where you can read and hear the other entries. You can hear my entry with the player below, or if it's borked (like in some feedreaders), you can download the MP3 directly.
Here's an additional twist: This week's challenge topic is the word Cabbage. Come up with a 100 word story of your own, record it (or not), and send it in to the challenge. Full details at the 100 Word Stories website.
Angie arranged the dolls around the table. "Teatime!" she yelled.
Ellie held his denim trunk still as Angie poured imaginary tea. Bunny's plush ears did not twitch. R.A. (Esquire) flopped his stuffed head to the side, red yarn hair draping his shoulder.
"Raggedy." Angie stared at R.A. "Have some tea."
R.A. picked up the faded teacup. He glanced at Ann's severed head in the corner. She'd guessed wrong. He took a drink of pretend tea.
"Oolong," he guessed, mouth dry.
Angie smiled. "Yes!"
R.A. sighed in relief.
"From what country?" Angie asked.
R.A. swore Ann's button eyes winked in anticipation.