Listening To Punchdrunk Lovesick Singalong On Repeat

Dec 12th, 2017 by thegooddoctor in 100 Words

David waited at the red light. He scratched at his scalp as the skin peeled away.

Diane wrapped the glassware in last Sunday’s edition of the Times. She remembered having to nag David for months before he wrote those thank you notes.

David cursed so that the driver next to him turned and offered a look. He stared straight ahead and debated offering an apology.

Diane loaded the last of the boxes into the trailer. Her father offered a hug that she refused.

David pulled into the driveway, turned off the ignition, and cried.

Diane watched the landscape blur by.

This is post number 1,111. Thank you to every one who has read one of these stories or contributed one of their own.

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  • Krystyna

    Intriguing, well-developed story, Doc, for post # 1,111.

    Thank you for this and the site.