From the shadows she watched him play, his fingers caressing the piano keys, his voice caressing her heart.
She could still feel the pull of him, even after all this time. There was no denying she still loved him.
It was comical that this was his favourite song. She was sure he had more than a few regrets and he had certainly done things his way.
As the song ended and the audience applauded she stepped out of the dark.
‘Remember darling, that when the end came I did it my way’ she said placing divorce papers on the piano.
This is my entry for this weeks Flash Fiction hosted by Matt the Book Blogger. If you would like to give this a try, you can find all the information for this weeks challenge HERE.
More general information about the challenge can be found on his Flash Fiction Foray page.
Spot on 100 words, but it took a bit of effort!
I’m off to read the other entries now! I don’t like to until my own is finished!
Happy Sunday folks :)