Rain pelted all day. By 10:30, Rose fought a deluge. Lights flashed around the corner.
An accident, she thought.
The row of cars crept. An officer leaned in, almost nose-to-nose, bringing rain.
“Have you been drinking tonight?”
“No, sir!” she said, blinking, brow furled.
“Your car hesitated and weaved back there.” He pointed backwards.
“No, sir. Not me. It’s the rain—recital.” She blew air into his face.
The asphalt appeared greasy; the streetlights shimmering.
This hill is steep…
Rose hydroplaned at the bottom, crashing into the cement light post.
Bleak night, altered black.
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Click http://mommasmoneymatters.com/flash-fiction/ for the rules of this challenge.
The word limit for Corner is 125 words. I used 97.
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NaNoWriMo undate: I know at least one person who can do this in a DAY. My word count to date is 26,846, Day 13. Don’t forget I’m a NaNo VIRGIN (ha ha–sounds GOOD to ME), but, it’s only 8:20 p.m. here. Life insinuates itself, so, I might not be done yet– I have until midnight…