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100 -Words Short Stories
By Louise Bannerman, CC
Wednesday, April 25, 2007

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Every Thursday there's a challenge to write a story with 100 or less words. Listed below are some of my stories.

100 Words Wet Dreams - © By Louise Bannerman Big puppy eyes stared back at me, sleeping I was. Then there they were his eyes peeking at me from under the sheets. My first thoughts were why am I so wet, but those thoughts would soon dry out. Not a sound was made, his moves were smooth, how was he able to lie beside me, and I not awake? How could I be mad at him, he is always there for me? It doesn’t matter how many times I tell my dog to stay out of my bed, he constantly brings that drooping saliva mouth of his to bed. ==========================================================

100 Words - Mystery Man – © By Louise Bannerman Shocked by the mystery man, the lady stood there in the window with a puzzled looked on her face. Each day about 3:30 pm, the lady was sure to get a peek at this mystery man as he passed by her office window. It was just a month ago that she noticed him from the corner of her eye. Why was he so mysterious, and why was Linda so shocked. If you noticed a man with ½ a face and no legs having two different beautiful women walking him passed your window each day you would be shocked as well.   




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