I had written a micro fiction for the Write Tribe 100 words prompt for ‘Strangers in the night’. I did read some of contributions by the other writers, and loved how people took a dark taste to it. I was discussing this with a fellow blogger, and the idea to write a more uplifting take came forward. This is another take on it:
The celebration of their fifth wedding anniversary was a tiring one. It had soon become an occasion for the whole family to gather. While it was fun to meet everyone together, organizing the whole affair at the last minute had been hectic. He was sitting on the bed and didn’t realize when she came and sat behind him. She just sat there behind him, hugging him. He felt a familiar comfort in her presence. Without indication, she playfully bit his shoulder. He laughed naughtily and turned around. After all these years, it felt like they were strangers in the night.
Written for the Write Tribe- 100 Words on Saturday 2014 – 2 Prompt: Strangers in the night.
6 thoughts on “Strangers in the night 2”
Mmmm interesting… a revoking of excitemet can also make us strangers huh 😉
Nice take…fun, playful and …
🙂 What a contrast!
I loved this, Hrishi. Keeping the romance alive is what it’s all about! 🙂
I loved this… like Corinne says – keeping romance alive after all those years is what matters! 😀