Before you read my response to the prompt word of TRUST Lillie has given her readers to respond to this week, I must thank her.
For almost two years now, on almost a weekly basis, I’ve responded to her prompts, which on many occasions have helped me get over an incident of writer’s block I’d been experiencing in one of my writing endeavors. Lillie McFerrin has been the inspiration in my compiling the items in my second book, “Micro Fiction – An Anthology” and I want to thank her now for that.
WHO WILL HE MARRY?
T he time came one day when Prince Michael had to decide which Princess he should marry
R umor had it that Princess Michelle had actually slept with a peasant and had a child with him.
U rsula, a princess in a faraway kingdom, is so fat he wouldn’t be able to put his arms around her.
S amantha, a princess in another faraway kingdom, had a heart of gold but is as ugly as ugly could be.
T he unfortunate thing is that his father, the King, was on death’s door, but with no one he could TRUST to help him to make his decision, he now had to let his heart make the decision for him.
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