Friday, March 15, 2013

Prime - Flash Fiction Friday, March 15, 2013

(Gardener's note: This was an interesting challenge Advizor gave us today.  The key word was "Regret" and you see the photo below.  the story length was left up to the individual author, but had to be a prime number.  I decided to go for brevity with the first five primes.  To see how others handled this, go to "Free advice is worth what you pay for it.")



“Regrets? None.” (2)

He regretted nothing. (3)

He regretted nothing he'd done. (5)

He regretted nothing that he had done. (7)

As he watched her dress, he had no regrets at all. (11)

4 comments:

  1. Once again we have proven that "Great Minds think alike."

    Thanks for this piece, even in it's brevity it holds great thoughts.

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  2. I should have played more with the prime requisite. Now, I feel left out. :P

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  3. You made me smile. A man with no regrets...somethings never change. Nice job!

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  4. A very nice sequential story. :) I like how you worked this one.

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