Short Fiction

Hole in One

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Jiminy heard a crash coming from the front of the house; having a hunch, it was his friend, up to no good, he hopped up and checked. Sure enough, there stood the little boy with tears rolling down his cheeks. “I didn’t mean to knock it over,” Perry cried, “I was just practicing my putting and got carried away.”

“Well, look there, little man, there at the cup, in all the excitement, you made a successful putt.”

“Y-y-you mean you aren’t mad at me?”

“Aww it’s one of those things and you just clean up the vase and let’s call it a done deal.”

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There you have it! This is my Six Sentence Story for this week in response to the prompt work “Hunch.” Would you like to see what lovely stories to read this week? Go to this Link.

18 thoughts on “Hole in One”

  1. Sweet! So glad he didn’t in trouble.
    I was at HomeSense yesterday and a little girl knocked over a glass vase. She looked down at the broken glass all over the floor, realized what she’d done, and started crying. I felt so bad for her.

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