Something Went Wrong With The Formula

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Flash Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic


In this two-stanza double etheree poem, a man goes to check on his best friend and gets a big surprise in the process.

Submitted: April 30, 2018

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Submitted: April 30, 2018

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Scott

parked his

car and went

into the house

to check on his best

friend Nicholas only

to see a short haired maiden

standing naked with her forehead

on the bathroom mirror before she

looked at Scott and said, "Hey, Scott. Long time, no

see.", just before Scott had tapped on her right

shoulder and asked, "Who are you and how

do you know my name?", until she

backed away from the mirror,

looked at Scott with tears

leaking out of

her eyes and

said, "Come

on."

 

And

after

he followed

her into the

bedroom, she gave a

journal to Scott and begged

him to read it which was what

he had done and discovered that

even though it read more like something

from out of Doctor Jekyll and Mister

Hyde, he eyes grew wide before he looked at

the new Nicholas nodding her head

and saying, "And the worst part is

that there is no cure for this!

I don't know what to do

with my life now!", which

was before she

cried on her

best friend's

chest.


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