A while back, I found a fun website called Two Sentence Stories, where users can submit their best short fiction, keeping their pieces just two sentences long. Here are some of my submissions.
I wish my boyfriend wouldn’t put me up on a pedestal so often. Especially when he leaves me chained there alone while he works all day.
I’ve been told millions of times that my smile is beautiful, but a little forced. Your smile would be forced too if you’d been stuck in a painting for five hundred years listening to people critique you.
“Best Friends Forever”
I tell everyone he died in the ocean after our plane crashed, and that I survived for two months on the island by hunting ‘sea birds and other small game.’ He really died about a month after we both swam to shore, and I hit him over the head with that rock so I could live off his remains until they found me.
He told me I would only have to sleep in the box at nighttime. But it’s always nighttime now.
“Lies Joss Whedon Told Me”
Did you know that refusing to drink the blood of a vampire doesn’t necessarily protect you from becoming one yourself?
She told me if I did it, the effects would wear off in twenty four hours. It’s been four days, and I’m pretty certain I’m not getting my body back; I wonder what she’s doing with it?