THE NOW.

THE NOW.
Old man winter, I have only one request. Leave now.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Saturday Centus 20 April 2013

"More than kisses, letters mingle souls."  -  John Donne


It's time for Flash-Fiction again!
Sweet writing evermore- Jenny's prompt is to be in letter form, with 102 words using -
"Dear John"






Dear To Whom It May Concern,

I begin with what should perhaps be written to, well, John
of course.  Albeit the correct thing, presently it may be too
hasty. 

Yes, I could really pour my heart and soul out to, Dear
Waste-Paper Basket, but I prefer you, the unknown,
unnamed person in my book of life.  My muse.  Your chapter
has been quite delicious, and I fail to see you grouped as 
unimportant in my life. 

So, my Dear John, letter will be brief, after this practice to
you, and merely announce, "I plan to marry another."

signed,

No regrets.




He's just a better catch!


For more Saturday Centus posts for Jenny's "Off on my tangent" blog simply go here-
http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/2013/04/saturday-centus-week-156.html

12 comments:

Cloudia said...

Blunt lady :-)


Aloha

Galen Pearl said...

Ha! This made me think if I have ever written or received a Dear John letter! I can't remember! Seems like the relationships that ended were ended in person, so I guess I've had more Dear John conversations than I want to remember!

TexWisGirl said...

too cute.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Hooray, you got your piece published on the right day!

Bethe77 said...

Laughing out loud! Love it! Most enjoyable read!
Blessings

McGuffy Ann said...

Ooh...well done!

Viki said...

I loved this. Good work!

Blooming Psycho said...

Ah--sounds like a rather impersonal relationship best done with!
Nicely written.

sage said...

Poor John...

JJ said...

I thought I had never received one, but after reading your short response, I must think back to correspondence from former girlfriends many years ago. I probably got dumped a thousand times. Ignorance is bliss!

Filip and Kristel said...

Strange letter, who writes such a thing in real life, if it would be true?

Greetings,
Filip

Jenny said...

Love.

What a quirky state of affairs.

And what a wonderful letter!

You are always so darned clever.