A Match Not Made in Heaven: Friday Fictioneers

Friday Fictioneers – Madison Woods posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.
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This week it’s:

AFTER Photo-by-Lora-Mitchell

BEFORE sculpture-by-rodin

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A Match Not Made in Heaven

He kissed her.

She thought he was heavenly. And he was. She hadn’t seen his wings.

He had watched her from on high. God warned him, but he could no longer hold himself back. Bursting through that line between heaven and earth – he went to her.

He embraced her, kissed her, and she succumbed to his intoxicating spirit and heavenly aromas. She moaned aloud.

People stared as they could not see what had brought on her paroxysms.

Then God took her.

Rolling forward in anguish, wings upward, crying out to God and hating himself, he wished he were dead again.

Randy Mazie

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26 thoughts on “A Match Not Made in Heaven: Friday Fictioneers

  1. Ah, Randy’s version of Touched by an Angel – except in this version the naughty parts were becoming engorged and tingly. I hope it doesn’t last more than four hours . . . .

  2. ‘Writing sexy’ is hard (that’s what she said, ahem). You tackle the subject bravely, and points go to you for the use of ‘paroxysms’ – a delightful word. Instead of “and hating himself,” I reckon you’d be able to evoke the angel’s anguish through the way he curls up his body, to avoid telling too much. Within the word count you make your writing do a lot of work though, which is great!

  3. This is beautiful Randy, brought a tear to my eye. I love the last line but think you could leave out ‘and hating himself’ and you describe it so well with ‘Rolling forward in anguish, wings upward, crying out to God,’ that it’s not really necessary.

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