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    55 Fiction: Kiss and tell #FridayReflections

    ‘C’mon,’ they said. ‘Give us details. How far d’you get with her?’ ‘I’m not one to kiss and tell,’ he said to his friends with a wink. ‘But let’s say I got lucky.’ They hooted with laughter. He was thankful they were ignorant about her painful kick to his groin as he made his move. (c) Sanch V @ Sanch Writes (8 December 2017) <div align="center"><a href="https://www.sanchwrites.com" rel="nofollow" title="Living my Imperfect Life"><img src="https://i680.photobucket.com/albums/vv170/psychbabbler/06fe3679-4c56-4a29-b8b4-6573ccd1cb99_zpsofy7mxws.jpg" alt="Living my Imperfect Life" style="border: none;" /></a></div>…

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    An Education

    It was easier at daytime, with light streaming through the window of his hut. He squinted at the page, laboriously sounding out one letter at a time. A gentle breeze extinguished…

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    Complicit #FridayReflections

    ‘Jack is being inappropriate,’ she said to her team leader. ‘Jack touched my breasts,’ said the secretary to the CEO. ‘Jack was rude, called me a bitch and pinched my bum,’…

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    For another day #FridayReflections

    ‘Mum, may I wear my red dress?’ asked Maya. ‘It’s too pretty, dear. Let’s save it for another day. Your shorts are fine to wear outdoors.’ Maya’s face fell but she…

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    The big reveal #FridayReflections

    The children watched with bated breath as the magician plunged the final sword into the crate. He covered it with a red robe and swirled it around. ‘Voila!’ he said, opening…

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    The bicycle #FridayReflections

    Romila opened the door for the children and greeted them with her shy smile. They dropped their bags in the hallway, leaving it for her to tidy up. As they changed…

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    Alone Together #FridayReflections

    Their eyes met across the classroom. She, at the front, under the teacher’s nose. He, at the back, by the window. He grinned at her. She smiled before turning her back.…

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