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Friday Fictioneers – Darkness

29 March, 2013

Hello, I’m TRG and I will be suppying some Fic for your Fri. Thanks to Rochelle for this week’s prompt:

Since you’ve made it this far, you might as well comment. Even if you hated my 100 words, tell me in the box provided.


‘There must be some candles in this kitchen somewhere!’ he sighed to the slammed cupboard door. But she knew he was saying it to her.

‘Maybe we’ve run out,’ she said helpfully, ‘The lamps are lit, we’ll be fine. They said the power would be back before morning.’

‘But what if the lamps don’t last?’ Slam! ‘I thought you kept these sort of things stocked up.’

There was a time when he would have used a power cut to snuggle in the dark, have an early night. But not any more. Not for years. Not since their light had died.


  1. Love the 100 words. Actually lived this night before my divorce more times then I want to remember. Now free and finding myself again and can’t wait to find someone who wants to snuggle in the dark and someone who never lets the light die and keeps the fire burning, always.

  2. I think it’s interesting that you’ve written posts with “dark” in the title twice this week. (Ready for summer? 😉 )

  3. This one is very good.

  4. I enjoyed it. I like how you tied the end of their relationship into the whole light theme 🙂

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