This is another entry in the #fiftywords story challenge by @miniature-tiger. The current theme is "crime". You can read my previous entry for this theme When Rhyme Is A Crime here: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/when-rhyme-is-a-crime-an-original-fictional-story-in-fiftywords
Check out @miniature-tiger's post: https://steemit.com/fiftywords/@miniature-tiger/fiftywords-stories-round-up-and-genre-for-weekend-3-crime and please check out all the other 50 word stories in #fiftywords
The story is exactly 50 words long.
The Poetry Police were the first on the scene
It wasn't pretty: all bloody and mean
Words lay all over, tattered and torn
Inspector Poem was sad and forlorn
Studying the clues
He began to muse
“@Feltbuzz is guilty of this terrible crime
And the last line doesn't even... work.”
Photo is of me wielding a knife in my very own kitchen, taken an hour ago. I promise I'll stop the rhyme now! ;)
More very short stories (stories told in exactly 50 words)
“When Rhyme Is A Crime”
Theft, murder, bad rhymes...
An ill man at a dinner party. What could go wrong?
“What did they know?”
Just a holiday romance?
Some more of my longer short stories
Some people only have their memories for company…
Don’t read this if you have mother issues.
A man is on a journey. But why?
Not sure I'd want this power...
A relationship ends
A man shows off his purchase to his less than enthusiastic wife
A wannabe writer struggles to get the space he needs
Two people work together to try to get to the “treasure”